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Looking forward to a cool morning in the woods as well. been a while since I was able to blast a few squirrels.
I am fortunate enough to have moved to Mississippi last week :) no opportunity to hunt my land as of yet, but I have 3 bucks on camera and had a doe by the pond this morning. One of these days I will get up in a tree here. :)
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pearl river WMA is about 2 hours from you. there are others that are close as well. Put your boots on the ground and do some walking, find some fresh rooting and snoop around like you were squirrel hunting. I would recommend a 22 magnum and shoot for the head or neck. A shot to spine or brain will drop them, put another in for insurance as soon as you can. Look for places that have been rooted up and are close to some sort of a water source.
19 with a case of beer??
LDWF would need to see the paper trail, if you had the bill of sale to him and them from him to you they would be able to do a double transfer, where you pay to transfer into the previous owners name and then into yours... costs more money on your part... Hope they can do it for you, this is why you always check before hand.
Really depends upon the age of your kids and how far you willing to walk. For older kids check out the wood lines around the various cut overs for fox squirrels. If you don't want to take them too far, check out the area right across from the abandoned house on 910, plenty of little grays right inside the woods, but they are quick and don't like to stop. Good luck, try to find some Nut all oaks that are dropping bring a rifle and a shotgun for those long shots too.
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