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Me and a couple buds are thinkin about trying upthere this oct. Any comments?
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Birds are super spread out in small flocks and by the time the numbers come in everything is frozen. Save yourself the diss appointment and chase the pheasants! Some of the best ringneck hunting there is over in froid/med lake
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