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Who likes hunting the low country?

Nut

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Who loves hunting the land under 1000 foot sea level after deer. Heck we can be in tree stands and be over bait piles and food plots. :cool: :D

Boy I cant wait. Now if only I can have a ATV to ride up to the tree I would be in heaven. graemlins/hump.gif graemlins/elkgrin.gif


Hey I just feel left out on the other thread. ;) tongue.gif

[ 05-16-2004, 20:27: Message edited by: Nut ]
 

Moosie

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I'm close to that Nut... I hunt around the 6,500Ft mark. It's not High country but still not the Under 1k mark either :D
 

Larry Landgren

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I hunted down around yuma az under the 1k mark.
did not see the numbers of deer that I see in the higher elevations. but when you actual saw a buck they where nice even though they had skinny horns.
 

ELKCHSR

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LOL Tim...Matter of fact, I would have to dig a little over four thousand feet to make it to where Fred calls home. I wonder if I put a stand up if I would get any thing... ;) :D
 

Nut

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Russ, I am always on the ground here in Ohio. So tree climbing is actually out for me while hunting with the boys(Darren has one I was in last fall though).

See at least here I am not afraid of getting a nose bleed because of the heights. :D
 

D4570

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I think the lowest point in Mt is 1500" that is way west on the Idaho border? I do hunt the low country< I call them upside down mountians ,The River brakes. They are all the way down to 2500'.
 

c.shipp

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I think I'm at 'bout 3500 sittin in my livin' room.Lowland to me is the Stillwater river where I do most of my deer huntin' thats 'bout 3200 or so. Hunted the cabinet Mt's at 10,000 a couple times. West Side Highlander
 

tnctcb

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fred they make buddy stands that have enough room ( and seats) for 2 people.i would only suggest using them on private land though. i put one up on public land last year and even tammed by 3 locks and chains it still walked off. bastard even took my chains and locks.i guess he thought if i didnt see them i wouldnt know the stand was gone.
 

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