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#16 RobertR

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Posted 23 December 2006 - 08:19 AM

Well the secret is out because woody has been here :rofl:

Glen, Montana in the southwest corner of the state. We have about anything that you can hunt. Me I'm a whitetail nutcase.
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Posted 23 December 2006 - 08:41 AM

I live in Allentown PA only 20-30 minutes from the delaware river (PA/NJ state boarder) I spend all fall chasing whitetails. I like turkey hunting if its not at the local state game lands (sgl-205) because of the idiots that shoot at me or stalk me. I like pheasant to but i have no dog and no hunting partner and the game commission cut stocks back by 50% so its even harder to kick up a bird by my lonesome that is if theres any left when i get there.

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Posted 23 December 2006 - 09:01 AM

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Posted 23 December 2006 - 09:08 AM

Louisville, Kentucky I would say thet either whitetail deer or dove is the most popular just going by opening day participation.
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Posted 23 December 2006 - 09:29 AM

I live in Central PA about 8 miles East of Bellefonte, PA. This is the ridge and valley area of PA. If you drew an X through PA I live very close to where the lines cross. To over 1 million PA hunters the whitetail is king.

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And I'm like everyone else WHITETAIL'S the KING.
And TURKEY is the prince. B)
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Posted 23 December 2006 - 09:54 AM

I live in the southeastern corner of Ontario, Canuckistan. I'm just 50 minutes south of the nation's capital, Ottawa, although that's nothing I'm braggin' about! :wacko:

I live in a small town of 4000 people, right on the shores of the mighty St.Lawrence River. My office at work overlooks what I believe to be the greatest river in the world, and starin' right square at the Unites States of America which is a mere 1 mile to the south. You can walk there in the winter when the river freezes over, but you got'ta be a great swimmer to do 'er in the summer.

Whitetails are the most populated of the big game and likely the most hunted. But for those of us who take to the woods of northern Ontario for Bullwinkle every fall, I'd have to say that those palmated beheamoths are the number one big game animal, at least if heart felt excitement counts for anything. Our black bear population is close to, if not the undisputed king in north america, but the Ontario government's decision to cancel the spring bear hunt several years ago, virtually devastated the black bear hunt in this province. If you like hunting waterfowl, particularly geese, then Ontario will fit the number 1 bill in your books. "Lord tunderin' me son, dere's tousands and tousands upon tousands o'dem!" Those big canada geese flocks will give a good combine a run for her money in cleaning off a cultivated field!

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Posted 23 December 2006 - 07:18 PM

I reside in Springfield, Ohio. It sits between Columbus and Dayton Ohio. I guess the #1 animal hunted here is Whitetail. We do have a Goose and Duck that seems to be popular with some hunters. We have coyotes too but it is hard to get them they are shy.

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Posted 23 December 2006 - 08:22 PM

I call the great state of Texas home! I live in a small town called Pflugerville, 15 minutes north of our state capital, Austin.
In a state that is approx. 1,200 miles N. to S. and 1,200 miles east -west-it has alot to offer for the sportsman. whitetail deer is king! With everything(too long to list)native or non native, coming in close second!
I, hands down, love to hunt whitetail!-preferably with a bow. Free-ranging/low fence exotics (axis tops my list these days) are second for me.

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Posted 23 December 2006 - 08:57 PM

I live in the Pine Creek Valley of north central Pa. Most people get all excited about deer hunting and so do I but if I can be in the woods doing almost anything I am very happy.

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Posted 24 December 2006 - 11:52 AM

Gray, Louisiana. We are approximately 50 miles WSW of New Orleans.

In south Louisisna, if it moves, it is hunted with equal enthusiasm. :yes:
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Posted 25 December 2006 - 11:51 AM

Well, the wife has told me my home is in Eire, Colorado (my heart is in the mountains-I have second homes there).

Colorado is home to ten big game species and countless small game species. I try as often as possible to hunt them all.

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Posted 25 December 2006 - 09:53 PM

Well, I now live in Baird, Texas. About 20 miles East of Abilene. Deer is probably number one, followed by either hogs or turkey, then all the small game and varmints, which we call the "spotlightable stuff." They get that name because, well you guessed it, they are legal to spotlight for at night. lol. Good way to pass those summer nights when it's fairly warm, or if you are like us, a good way to pass the freezing cold nights also. LOL
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