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#3119108 - 01/03/18 10:42 PM PRAIRIE DOG HUNTING JUNE 2018
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Registered: 01/02/18
Posts: 1
Loc: TN
Veteran PD hunter looking for a free 3 day PD hunt 1-15 June 2018

#3119181 - 01/04/18 09:02 AM Re: PRAIRIE DOG HUNTING JUNE 2018 [Re: PD HUNTER]
Hunt Offline
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Registered: 05/03/05
Posts: 729
I sent you an email to your gmail account. It'll be tough to get guys to offer up "free places to hunt" on here as most like to keep it quiet (considerably so). However, I sent you some information that may help you.

#3121999 - 01/12/18 08:07 AM Re: PRAIRIE DOG HUNTING JUNE 2018 [Re: PD HUNTER]
WyYoteKiller Offline
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Registered: 09/15/13
Posts: 505
Loc: Wyoming
Might have to pick a place and go knock on some doors. If you can see the dogs from the highway it is likely they'll say no. Getting out in the country and knocking on doors might be the best way.
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#3122112 - 01/12/18 02:43 PM Re: PRAIRIE DOG HUNTING JUNE 2018 [Re: PD HUNTER]
JoeyJ Offline
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Registered: 02/01/13
Posts: 41
Loc: North Dakota
Could try and contact Game & Fish Departments in the states you're looking to shoot prairie dogs in. They could probably tell you the counties possessing the most towns, then contact the local game warden for advice. Sometimes he can give you names and telephone numbers of ranchers willing to allow hunters on their property.

Next best, in my opinion, is pick a location based on your research and in some of those small towns you'll find a local gas station or café that will have a person or two that might point you in the right direction.

The difficult part might be finding reasonably priced accommodations to stay in unless you have a pickup camper or such.

If you're considering North Dakota - I would suggest the SW corner of the State, specifically the Marmarth area.

It never hurts to pack along a nice box of fine chocolate - read that to mean "expensive" chocolate such as the "finest" turtles and fudge for the Lady of the house who has land providing excellent prairie dog shooting at no cost to you or yours. Takes a mighty good cooler to keep the chocolate in pristine condition while looking for that particular location but it will be better received by the family than a nice bottle of booze for the man of the house.

Good Luck in your quest.


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