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Whenever I go out to the woods squirrel hunting with some friends, it seems like the squirrels aren't there even though I had se

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  • #16
    Hate it when that happens. It's cause they saw you. Just sit in some brush with some bait/or not and they will come out in a little bit. If they don't come in 10 minutes move in deeper brush. They know your there because your in the open.

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    • #17
      Get a squirrel call and start calling and they will come out of their little hiding place and you'll get a shot on one.

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      • #18
        The best time to hunt squirrels is the first hour of daylight and the two hours before sunset. Hunt them during late summer and early fall for best results. They seem to like weather in the 60s - 80s. Hunt them before and directly after a rain. They will be moving in search of food, and if it is wet you will be quieter in the woods!!!

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