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Location: Dover, Ohio Tuscarawas County
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How many areas do you have to hunt?

     I currently have 4 areas to hunt but I am working on a fifth. I only have stands on 2 of these properties but i will soon be installing stands on the other 2. One of the properties I have never seen. It borders an airport with a very large deer herd on it. They bed on the airport property then come over to the farmers fields to feed. He said he has seen many big bucks coming out of the woods from the airport to feed on his crops so putting the stands up shouldnt be much of a problem. I will keep you up to date on this.

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Location: zone 20 Saskatchewan
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I have 3 good one and a couple others I keep a eye on! 

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Location: Wisconsin
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I hunt three different farms

I hunt three different farms typically; I own 21 acres which isn't much but it hunts really well, my family has 115 ac. and the company that I work for allows hunting on a 900 some ac. farm.  I also pop into a couple different public ground pieces early in the season if I spot any good bucks near them.

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Location: Upper Peninsula of Michigan
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Around home I have five

Around home I have five pieces of private property that I have permission to hunt and lots of Commercial Forest Act land.  Out of state, I have a family owned farn to hunt (320 A)

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Location: Arizona
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How many areas do you have to hunt?

I only hunt public land here, and thankfully we have a lot of it. So basically I have almost the whole state to hunt on depending what it is I'm after. I generally go to about a half dozen units/areas that I am most familar with though.

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Location: Martin County NC
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All Public lands here too.

All Public lands here too. Never really had a "private" place to hunt.

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Another new spot!

Just hooked up a new spot tonight a full quarter section of bush that is private land and its sweet!!

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Location: Dunn County, Wisconsin
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I hunt 2 areas my neighbors

I hunt 2 areas my neighbors land and a deer camp on opening weekend which is always fun!

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Location: portland,oregon
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I have 4 honey holes through

I have 4 honey holes through out the state, i only hunt public land, oregon is almost 50% public land so there are many areas to go.

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This year 2....Got on a lease

This year 2....Got on a lease this year up in Georgia,east of Macon...Farmland,peanutz,korn...Nice lookin hardwoodz up there...My cousin took a 168 off it last year....other than that,i have bout 500 acre's to hunt 15 minutes from house....

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