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Hello..new to this forum. From Michigan.. I'm an avid varmint Hunter.. shooter..reloader.. groundhogs here in Michigan.. have been to South Dakota 8 times on prairie dog shoots.. looking forward to sharing some adventures with you that share the same interests
 

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Welcome from southwest MI
 

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And a hearty hi ho from suhthern Indiana. No ground hogs on family 900 acres in NE IN. Probably converted into Chuck Chow by enterprising 'yotes.
 

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Well, there are certainly lots of V-Max fans here, so a Z-Max is welcome, too. I'm in Louisville, KY, and have made the South Dakota trek quite a few times. I tell the libs I'm going there to run a prairie dog pup flight school, where dreams take flight. You should see their faces when I explain it. Ha!

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Welcome

Welcome aboard. Launched a lot of Z-Maxes near Vivian, SD. The p dogs can't tell what color the tip is.
 

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i have as well doug. the z-max certainly makes a prairie dog a little easier on the wallet. I've done most of my shooting near wall around the Badlands. Once on the rosebud reservation
 

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I've a few boxes of Z-maxs I bought when the zombie apocalypse was a big scare. So they work on varmints too???:eek: :D
 

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Welcome to the board Z-Max. Glad to have you along. I farm up here on the windy praire of the northern Red River Valley. Wood Chucks are almost non-existent up here. On occasion we see one after the farm dog killed it. They just don’t seem to live here.
The guys on here are a great bunch of guys and there is a lot of knowledge amongst them. I’m sure you will enjoy it.
 

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I feel your pain 2 feathers... I have to travel 2 and half hours to get to Good groundhog populations.. I live near farm land. And there was a lot of Beans planted this year. I did a lot of driving around glassing and knocking on doors.. for whatever reason there aren't many here. Occasionally I'll see one. I did pretty good down state. But spent a lot of money on gas doing it
 

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THREE? you say? Hoo boy, putting you on my AM prayer list.
Heh heh
 
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