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  • How many ?

    How many States do you hunt in one season ? How many different big and small game animals ?

  • #2
    One state. One county, in fact. No more than two or three townships, depending on which patches of state land I drive to. Our own property is just down the road from my house.

    Gray squirrel, grouse, cottontails, woodcock, turkey, deer. Six. Or seven, I suppose, in the rare year that there are any snowshoe hares around here. They have been before but it's been a long while.

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    • #3
      1 state, generally 1 county. About every 2 or 3 years I get out to the other end of the state during the regular firearms season.

      Generally deer and squirrel. Used to hunt rabbit. I keep a migratory game bird stamp.

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      • #4
        One state, one county.
        Deer & turkey is about it.
        Quail on the rare occasion and vermin around the house.

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        • #5
          I hunt two States on a regular basis for deer with an occasional third State.
          Some squirrel and turkey and occasional migratory birds.
          Varmint shooting all summer.

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          • #6
            Typically only 1, but it has been higher in the past.

            A big part of it has been the high cost of travel and license costs. If I wasn't job hunting, I would have considered 2 or 3 this year. I thought about going out to South Dakota or Nebraska for some pheasant hunting. Was seriously going to go black bear hunting this year in the UP, but that fell thru.

            Maybe I will try some public land in WI...

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            • #7
              I hunt three states Deer in Fl, Grouse in NC, Woodcock in Savannah Ga. And if i'm lucky Moose in New Hampshire this year.

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              • #8
                Two states, Nj and Pa. and mostly deer and occasionally turkey.

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                • #9
                  2 or 3. I’ve hunted Maine already this year for bear. I’ll be hunting PA another week opens archery & bow hunting OH in November

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by pawoods79 View Post
                    2 or 3. I’ve hunted Maine already this year for bear. I’ll be hunting PA another week opens archery & bow hunting OH in November
                    you should try archery in Ohio in Sept - Oct.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Treestand View Post
                      I hunt three states Deer in Fl, Grouse in NC, Woodcock in Savannah Ga. And if i'm lucky Moose in New Hampshire this year.
                      I guess birds in NC survived Florence but it killed 5,500 pigs, and tens of thousands of chickens and turkeys.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Buckshott00 View Post
                        Typically only 1, but it has been higher in the past.

                        A big part of it has been the high cost of travel and license costs. If I wasn't job hunting, I would have considered 2 or 3 this year. I thought about going out to South Dakota or Nebraska for some pheasant hunting. Was seriously going to go black bear hunting this year in the UP, but that fell thru.

                        Maybe I will try some public land in WI...
                        When I lived in Nebraska there was no speed limit on the Interstates (traffic moved at 90 to 100mph on a routine basis) and pheasants were a common bird/car collision - could do considerable damage.

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