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Planning my first ever hunt of any kind at black river WMA at the start of small game season 9/28 - any advice - what to look for? any specific areas of the park more conducive for small game? potential pitfalls - any guidance is appreciated..
 

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Squirrels can be anywhere, walk stealthy, look and listen.

Rabbits - look for thick nasty brambles along field edges. If you don't have a good rabbit dog or partner to take turns being the dog and kicking brush it can be a difficult hunt.
 

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Squirrels can be anywhere, walk stealthy, look and listen.

Rabbits - look for thick nasty brambles along field edges. If you don't have a good rabbit dog or partner to take turns being the dog and kicking brush it can be a difficult hunt.
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Squirrels can be anywhere, walk stealthy, look and listen.

Rabbits - look for thick nasty brambles along field edges. If you don't have a good rabbit dog or partner to take turns being the dog and kicking brush it can be a difficult hunt.
Appreciate it - this may be another (newbie) silly question but what is a healthy distance between another hunter/group of hunters as to not step on their toes?
 

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Appreciate it - this may be another (newbie) silly question but what is a healthy distance between another hunter/group of hunters as to not step on their toes?
Could be guys in there bowhunting up in the trees wearing full camo, just so you are aware.
 
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