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Any one know any good privet hunting land that I can use in central florida or around central florida that does not cost that mu

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  • Any one know any good privet hunting land that I can use in central florida or around central florida that does not cost that mu

    Any one know any good privet hunting land that I can use in central florida or around central florida that does not cost that much to hunt?

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    Please share with us some experiences you have had hunting privets. Is the species native to Central Florida? Are they as destructive as feral hogs? What do they taste like, or are they simply varmints? Are they as rare and nasty tempered as unicorns? What caliber firearm is used for privets? Would my .273 Lightenflasher be sufficient, or should I look at something bigger, or smaller? Please share!
    PS- When, exactly, is privet season?

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      you mean private, privet is a shrub.

      Can't someone in Florida help this person with a place to hunt??

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