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Question by zahn95. Uploaded on January 17, 2011
I live in licking co. and if ya have a garden just hunt over that.I shot 1 out of our garden last summer.
Any time you can be out will increase your odds. Snow can help you find them too...
in michigan, with a little snow on the ground, and warmer temp days in january and february, rabbit hunting is the best. i hunt them at midday when temps are at there highest when the rabbits are out, if its to cold they typically wont show themselves.
now with snow on the ground. cold is good.
Without dogs, I like to hunt bunnies in the cold. They tend to hold in the cover better, flushing when you're closer and offering a shot.
Rabbits in season in the summer?
Right before dark they come out and feed
you can't hunt rabbits in the summer. fleas and worms. bad juju.
Great time for rabbits is early november with or without dogs along railroad right aways. After it snows wait until mid morning as bunnies don't like to get uo too early when its cold.Dogs in the snow really get them running, but again mid morning time is best.
I like to hunt during a cold mid-day after a big snow great time for squirals to
RylieGipson... You shoot rabbits and in the summer? You also had another post a few weeks back where you admitted illegally snaring bunnies in winter? Sounds like you either need to review your game laws or your ethics...
the rabbits are a nusince, and are takin over our wood pile and garden(in the summer). and the game laws say you CAN shot them if they get in and distroy ya garden.
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