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squirrel hunt in the alexandria state forest

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me and my buddy were planning a trip to shoot some tree rats up north in october. i was wondering if anyone has ever hunted for tree rats in alexandria state forest before and if they could provide a few pointers.
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'Once a Squirrel Always a Squirrel'
Geronimo sez:...they have not changed in thousands of years,only thing they have way up there is 'Yankee' bark and talk ??? cheers
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lol
that is funny admiral, i also have notice the squirrels north of I10 have a ''different'' accent hahaha
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'As The Pendulum Swings'
Tuff...the site seems to sway off and on and start'n to get too bland ...we need some excitement ??? too many old farts ???...cheers
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Dewey Wills
Take a look at Dewey Wills and Richard Yanchey.
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Stay away from Dewey Wills
Id advise everyone to stay far away from Dewey Wills, there are about 100 hunters for every 10 acres on opening day.
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Check the regulations
I would suggest checking the regulations to be sure the squirrel season is even open. Last year during one of the primitive weekends, I had two different groups of squirrel hunters tromp all over me while I was deer hunting. I would normally chalk it up to bad luck, but the squirrel season was actually closed inside the WMA!! Not sure if they got a ticket, but I did report both groups to Mr. Green Jeans. Good luck!
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I would stay away from both!!
Richard K. Yancey and Dewey Wills are both packed to the hilt on the opening days of every season!!. Doesn't matter if its opening day of bow season,dove season or squirrel season, they will be littered with eager hunters!
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