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    I always liked to run out and hunt in the snow fall, or very soon after. I would walk slowly through the woods. The deer don’t know that you can see them standing there in the bushes, looking at you. Normally blended in, they stick out very nicely and the drag out isn’t bad at all.
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Size:  82.2 KB. We got couple inches of snow and sleet here. Good bit of freezing rain on everything. Little brown and white puppy never seen snow. He was happy with it.


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    Only about 3 inches at my house. Too much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micanopy View Post
    I always liked to run out and hunt in the snow fall, or very soon after. I would walk slowly through the woods. The deer don’t know that you can see them standing there in the bushes, looking at you. Normally blended in, they stick out very nicely and the drag out isn’t bad at all.
    There have been a couple times the snow helped me track deer!

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    Got an inch or two here in East Tennessee
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    8 inches here and still snowing.
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    All melted here (well, almost) and 50* tomorrow.
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    Moved from the top of the Hill (Elberton) to the bottom (Evans) last year, and all we got here was rain as we maintained 34 degrees so no ice, Thank the Lord!
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    We got around 6 inches and most is still here, melting slowly. We leave Sat. for Clarks hill. Anyone catching anything?

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