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    what is the best way to hunt rabbits

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    That's a good question. Probably the best way would be to hunt over some dogs. But if you don't have that luxury (I sure don't) then the best way would be find a hidden patch of honeysuckle and work it very slowly with another hunter. One of you kick the bushes and the other stand ready. Last week I went out in PA and found a small honey suckle patch not much bigger than my living room and I worked it thoroughly and managed to kick out 8 rabbits. A little bit of snow helps with this as well.

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    • #3
      Pjsabella recommends a good technique. My answer is start by looking on the ground as rabbits seldom roost in trees.

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      • #4
        Train a Basset Hound, they are fantastic rabbit and companion dogs.

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        • #5
          Ya TheCaptain has a good point!!LOL

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          • #6
            Good point Kody, I had been skunked on a foothill whitetail hunt in Montana... only to have my hunting buddy step outside his backdoor at the ranch we were staying at and paste a 4x5 buck.
            I don't know that it was sporting, but it was tasty.
            So I retract my statement, check in the trees for rabbits too!

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            • #7
              get a beagle and train it for rabbits

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