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    I live in Norfolk, Simcoe/Delhi, the ticks arent that bad. Never had one on my turkey hunting. I wouldnt let a little insect keep me out of the woods. Only time ive found them on me is when i head closer to the lake....Turkey Point - Long Point...they seem to be worse closer to the water.

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    Remember, mosquitoes carry West Nile.

    If I was that worried about insect-borne disease, I'd never leave the house.

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    So followed up on my application seems they haven't started to process this years permits yet but should be out ASAP. Angela guaranteed that mine was moved too the top of the pile.
    Last edited by finsfurfeathers; September 17th, 2018 at 03:35 PM.
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    Oct 1 is coming up fast folks.
    anyone receive their non-resident license yet and who is planning on hunting Norfolk next week?

    Phil

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    True to her words the same day e-mailed me a copy of my application to act as a temporary proof of purchase however 2 days later card showed up in the mail.
    You looking to car pool?
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    How great is the hunting in Norfolk compared to a good day at Hullet?

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    Depends on your timing. I hunt it for the woodcock and phez are a bonus.

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