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I want to go rabbit hunting here where I live in southwestern ontario this winter, and I dont have dogs. Any suggestions on how

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  • I want to go rabbit hunting here where I live in southwestern ontario this winter, and I dont have dogs. Any suggestions on how

    I want to go rabbit hunting here where I live in southwestern ontario this winter, and I dont have dogs. Any suggestions on how and where to find 'em on a winter day? thanx in advance

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    After some fresh snow go out and walk some clearing edges, woods roads, tote roads and back roads look for the tracks and when you've got a good spot with alot of sign, you can walk the roads and kind of still hunt it. You are going to want to have a good eye cause they'll be hard to spot at distance but if you do spot them a bit away and they don't spook you can crack em with a .22 to good effect. Harder to hunt them this way with a shotgun but it can be done. The key is to find where they are and try to sneak up on them. I've had luck driving roads and spooking them sometimes, you gotta be real quick hopping out to get a shot off.

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    • #3
      Fence lines offer some great action in Ontario in the winter time-Usually the heavy fence rows that are quite overgrown are excellent spots-biggest problem is the the cover sometimes gives the advantage to the bunny rather than the hunter.If you have the opportunity to double up with someone on these fence rows hunting can be quite productive as a driver and stander or go it it alone.

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      • #4
        well what i have done wen i didnt have my beagal champ was take like some small carrots and find a good place with a alot of sign and just dump alot of them there and u can still hunt them from there but u wanna be 35 to 50 yrds away from yhe bait

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        • #5
          Thanks guys thats great advice! Iv been out twice now but havnt had any luck.Does time of day make any difference? Or what am i doin wrong?

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          • #6
            Kick around some brush piles and around tall grass maybe a rabbit will jump out

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