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    Just wondering, anyone out there hunt for deer in the Durham Regional Forest tracts that permit it? I did some scouting in Pefferlaw tract tonight. I saw tracks and even deer in one of the adjacent fields, but found the land to be pretty swampy and difficult to penetrate. Also assume that there are a lot of dog walkers in there. Not looking for anyone to reveal their secret spots, just curious if these tracts get much hunting pressure.

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    Because the hunting areas in the region are so few and far between,those forest tracts suffer tremendous pressure. For a dedicated big game hunter,no matter whether you're a bow or gun hunter,that can work to your advantage if you get deep into it and off the beaten path and can set up a ground blind and sit still for long periods of time. Give it a shot. You just never know.
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    Look for signs of hunters as well, it may give you ideas of where to stay away from....pruned trees 12-15' high.

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    Pefferlaw tract is york region.. as far as i heard its heavily hunted... also heard stories of locals leaving notes on hunters cars from keys

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