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    Those are some big rabbits. .nice job

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    Nice jacks Longears, was there lots of snow where you were.
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    Congratulations! Nice big Jacks.

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    Always impressed by how jacks are, good job

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    Nice bunny's. I would love to see that snow get here in time for are deer hunt starts first week of December. Snow would make it perfect. Dutch

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    That's great news there are still Jacks out there. I am a falconer not a gun hunter. Would you mind sharing as to the approximate area where you are seeing hunt able numbers? I have heard they are in Norfolk county and now I hear the Belleville area, but nothing substantiated like a smiling guy with 2 in his hands.

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    Ive always wondered how the Jack rabbbit population is right now. I know they were heavily hunted in the 70s-80s, my area of niagara on the lake used to have many, I havnot seen one in 6 years. I think they are extinct now in niagara. Anyone know how there pops r further north?

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    Wow. Big rabbits. Congrats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by falconer View Post
    and now I hear the Belleville area
    I think someone might be telling you tales. I spend a lot of time in the bush all around here - never even seen a jack. Only cottontails.
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