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How many of you guys hunt more than one state? And how far do you travel to hunt there?

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  • 6phunter
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    SINCE I live in kentucky there's no need to travel outta state

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  • Treestand
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    I hunt two states Fl. and Ga. I travel 500 Miles one way in Ga.I can take 2 Bucks and 10 Doe's. In Fl.you can take 2 Buck's every day but only 1 doe per day in doe season thats last for 6 days only,thats a lot of Meat and Hunting to do! That's 200Miles to my lease in Fl.and 300 miles to my lease in Ga. Im Retired so I can take the Time to hunt!

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  • pjsabella
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    I usually hunt both NJ and PA. I travel about 122 miles one way between my hunting spots. And its oh so worth it

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  • sangcoacc
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    I hope to make my 3rd trip from IL to WY this year for antelope. I think it's about 1200 miles. I love every minute of it!! I'd love to go to IA for whitetails but those darn non-res tags are just too high.

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  • pineywoods
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    Doggone it, I forgot my two pheasant hunts to Iowa which were a blast, but were a long time ago.

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  • pineywoods
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    I stick pretty close to home here in Alabama. I've hunted turkeys once in Tennessee (got one) and once in West Virginia (came real close) and that's it.

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  • Pup49
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    I hunt several states, and travel more than 4000 miles to hunt.

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  • DSMbirddog
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    This distance I travel to hunt out of my home state, which is IA, varies from 300 to 1000 miles. It could be WI, WY, TX, MN, or SD.

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