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    Looking for a little info on moose hunting around Pickle Lake. We head up hunting for the last 2 weeks of the season. We hunt off snowmobiles. I have hunted 1C before we have a bull tag for there this year and We have decided to try 16a we have a cow tag for there as well. We hunt the burns and open water When we hunted 1c before and cuts in wmu 4 and open water when we get tags for there.
    Just looking for info on either wmu 16a or 1c around pickle lake. Any info may be helpful. Like where they winter any good cuts in 16a or maybe a good snowmobile/4 wheeler trail into or around pipe stone river provincial park. (I've heard the is a burn in there from 2011) I'd like to access. Or any tips on hunting or just your experiences in the area.
    Thanks everyone for your help.

    I know there aren't very many deer in those parts but u can just buy a doe or buck tag so I always get one. Any info on deer as well would be much appreciated.
    Thanks
    Last edited by Riob; September 5th, 2018 at 12:12 PM.

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    I was there just one time for season opening about 20 years ago. The natives had their hunt finished. We didn't see any moose. All moose was chased away in areas you can't access. We tried to go by boat to find it to no success. Good luck.
    Since then I go on and off in 15A and we always get moose

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    Ya we usually hunt area 4 but when we don't get tags we head to pickle lake. Ya very few moose on any roads u can drive a truck to. We usually have top get 15 to 20 km off the main roads on sleds before we start seeing moose sign. That's why we head up at the end of the season everything is frozen and they usually have started the ice roads. Thank you for the info.

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    Successful moose hunt in 1c wasn't easy and wasn't for the faint of heart. We shot our bull last day. Unguided late season moose hunt. I will see u again next year.
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    That's a nice Moose! Congrats!

    There's got to be more to the story than just that, come on, don't tease us.

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    Hunted that area a number of years ago too and would never go back . Natives had the area cleaned out . Fishing was poor also.

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    I haven't hunted up there for many years,but,it was one of the best "under canvas" winter hunts I was ever on. It's beautiful country,but,Moose were scarce,so,hunting was tough. That's a damn fine Bull,Riob,good job.

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    Nice bull, looks like the meat will stay cool! congrats
    Hope for the best, prepare for the worst!

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    Great job!
    Things that fly turn me on

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    Hunt the road up to Windigo Lake ....with luck you'll see a moose or where they crossed .
    Good luck and play safe Glen

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