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I was wondering if anyone still took time to hunt rabbit. My garden here seems to be overrun at times. I even had one to nest in my yard. Talk about bold.....:crazy: I have seem some great fun and good hunting here in Franklin County when it comes to rabbit hunting. Great also for young hunters to learn safety and accuracy. Any thoughts? Go to the gallery for a picture of a good rabbit day!
 

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You need a dog. Saves on shotgun shells, and gives 24 hour protection vs. Bugs Bunny eating your carrots. I have one fenced in here in Murfreesboro that'd love a new home in Winchester. Just say the word...

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I don't have enough land for a dog. Enough money either. And I would get in trouble with the ASPCA for harming those sweet little rabbits....
 

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You caught it after you ran over it with a tractor!! Poor Bugs!:crybaby: It is much better to throw a fist full of BB's at the thing. Using a 12 gauge of course.:lol: I really like the picture. Looks like her Grandpa.....
 

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Who needs dogs. :bag: You just go around and kick the bushes and brush piles. You will get something up.....ya might not shoot anything, but you will see rabbbits for sure.:thumbup: It would be fun to rabbit hunt again. We will have to get up a trip. Better yet, we might go shoot a golf. You don't need a permit.:pickle:
 

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not too many rabits in the woods they are all pushed in to town! i am serious when i say i see more rabbits in my yard than in the brush! i often wonder if the fox and cyotes push them out of the brush!
 
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