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Just making my first post here to say hi and that I hope everyone had a good season.[wave]
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Welcome, and enjoy the site [smile]
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Welcome to MWC!!

Where in Michigan are you located?.
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Muskegon, why? You from Michigan too?
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Where's Coastie? He lives up there in the frozen tundra.
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Where's Coastie? He lives up there in the frozen tundra.

It's been in the single digits here for highs lately. I hear it's been a tad warmer over in MD. [smile]
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Muskegon, why? You from Michigan too?


We have family and friends in the Lansing/St. John's area.
Some of them are hunters.

Hunting property in AA Co. is almost all private. There is public spot in Crownsville.
PG County has a few public spots check the DNR website. The regs in B allow for as many does as you can harvest. Each season allows one buck, one bonus buck in any season may be taken after 2 does are taken.
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We have family and friends in the Lansing/St. John's area.
Some of them are hunters. Hunting property in AA Co. is almost all private. There is public spot in Crownsville. PG County has a few public spots check the DNR website. The regs in B allow for as many does as you can harvest. Each season allows one buck, one bonus buck in any season may be taken after 2 does are taken.

There is some good hunting down there in the Lansing/St. John's area if you can get permission to hunt. That's not easy though.

Thanks for the info. I will definitely check it out.
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