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    Quote Originally Posted by Deer Hunter View Post
    Set up a bunch of snares, you will never out shoot snares. lol
    Rabbits move a lot at night.
    Looks like a great trip, beautiful dog. Been a while since I did winter camping. The old man 3 star always made it a good night sleep. I would watch those heaters, not exactly healthy to breath that.
    Thanks for the advice! I set up a total of 17 snares. Seems like they just weren't moving that much. I'd have more success probably if I had the energy to snowshoe further from camp every day to set more up on more active trails lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dean.f View Post
    Sounds like the perfect trip! Those buddy heaters work amazing, I'm too chicken to leave it on overnight but I usually don't camp this time of year. I like your setup.

    Did you guys hike very far with your equipment? Or could you get your vehicle pretty close?
    We hiked around 1km from the road (which wasn't much of a road) down what looks to be an old ATV trail that isn't used in the winter at all. So we weren't unreasonably far from the car although the hike back dragging stuff was brutal lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fratri View Post
    Not sure I could do that but does look awesome
    Dog is amazing....
    I guess you cooked up the rabbit?
    Looks like a good time
    Haha they're my buddy's dog. We also had this guy there with us. Screenshot_20210223_212131.jpg
    Too bad they weren't too useful when it came to dragging sleds LOL.
    Yup. We cooked the rabbit up. Cubed up some deer and slow cooked it in a pan with some onions and laughing cow cheese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveBates View Post
    Sound like a fun adventure. I've been watching alot of hot tent vids lately....I'd like to do it on a back lake I know of for specs.
    One piece of advice I'd say is a summer tent with a large heavy tarp works wonders for insulation. All the condensation stays on the tarp. You can also put a mylar tarp inside along the door/exposed side to completely insulate the tent.
    Also those foam puzzle squares on the floor worked wonders as well. Made the ground stable and insulated it well enough to walk bare foot on and to leave water bottles on the ground without them freezing.
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    Looks like a great time. Any grouse sightings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MihajloSimsic View Post
    One piece of advice I'd say is a summer tent with a large heavy tarp works wonders for insulation. All the condensation stays on the tarp. You can also put a mylar tarp inside along the door/exposed side to completely insulate the tent.
    Also those foam puzzle squares on the floor worked wonders as well. Made the ground stable and insulated it well enough to walk bare foot on and to leave water bottles on the ground without them freezing.
    Right on...thanks for the tips. I've been looking at some portable fold down wood stoves, with the chimney. I use those foam squares for my ice fishing hut...they're great....
    This isn't a test run................Enjoy er'.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by MihajloSimsic View Post
    Thanks for the advice! I set up a total of 17 snares. Seems like they just weren't moving that much. I'd have more success probably if I had the energy to snowshoe further from camp every day to set more up on more active trails lol.
    That’s lots of snares. If they were out running you would of got more fore sure. Darn critters never follow the script. Haha. It’s never a sure thing....
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