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    I'm 82a as well and I've seen nothing. Congratulations on a great eater!

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    Thanks everyone. I inherited that 94 a couple of years ago from a family friend. It’s got no bluing left, it’s chambered in 32 special. This is the first deer I ever harvested with it.
    As for my spot in 82a, I’m actually surprised at the lack of activity. Trying to help fill my dads tag has been difficult. I would have expected all the bucks to be chasing the does like crazy, but I haven’t seen any evidence of this. I’m not sure what to make of it.

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    I've only lived here for 3 years but the locals tell me the 2013 winter was very hard on the deer herd. I suspect there's no activity because there's no deer in the area. Lots of coyotes though! Holy crap I can hear 3 packs from one location I'm hunting. I have nothing against coyotes specifically but I think a thinning needs to occur.

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    Last two years in 82a succesfull on my first day in the bush.

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    On crown land Topher? Hard to get permission up here. Everybody hunts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanO View Post
    On crown land Topher? Hard to get permission up here. Everybody hunts!
    He's at my camp - private.
    Bring a compass. It's awkward when you have to eat your friends.
    Caedite eos. Novit enim Dominus qui sunt emus
    Cave ab homine unius libri

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    Went from seeing 17 deer during October. And not 1 deer this week at all. Seeing fresh tracks so I'm assuming their moving in the middle of the night. Been a stressful week.

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    Hunt 82A , saw a doe and fawn Monday, they seem to be out at night. I think population is away down. First buck scrape was last week. Think might be a spike , by the tracks. They moved on the snow last night, after the storm. I Don't shoot does , leave her to build up the population again . old243

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    Well that's that. We got skunked this week. Not one sighting. First time ever.

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    Congrats

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