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where is a good place to hunt in north america in the winter.

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    where is a good place to hunt in north america in the winter.

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    That would really depends on what you're wanting to hunt. I mean state is known for some sort of good hunting, so you need to be alittle more defined in what you are asking. I like my home state of KS, quail, phesant, turkey, ducks, deer.

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      Thatta kid rrmont. Can't go wrong with the Sunflower State.

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        Zones 11 & 12 in Connecticut, thats right CONNECTICUT. With bow you can hunt January then the season which opens in Sept, the deer are so over populated that DEP will swap you a tag for tag you bring in...so you pop a deer bring in the tag, get another one and go back out and pop another....

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          do ya know where north america is? i would go to the southern part of mexico it would be nice to hunt turkeys or whatever in febuary.

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            Kansas!!!

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