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bucktracker08
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11/6/11 5:27 PM CST
I always like to see the hunting cabins/shacks that people go to during bow/gun season. Post a picture of your place!

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Bowbuckman
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8/7/12 9:05 PM CST
That's for good luck. Everyone know's that don't they? Wink

Unreel
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8/7/12 3:56 PM CST
You put your Tyvek on upsidedown!! Big Smile

Bowbuckman
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8/7/12 3:42 PM CST
I can't even find all the pics. We should be hunting by October this year!

Bowbuckman
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8/7/12 3:28 PM CST
Like Shiner said. It takes a lot of work and a lot of time. It is hard to coordinate and get everyone together at the same time.

Bowbuckman
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8/7/12 3:22 PM CST
Shooting for a final soon.

Bowbuckman
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8/7/12 3:17 PM CST
The old shack caved in from the ice storm of 2011. So we started to rebuild last September.

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Unreel
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8/7/12 2:49 PM CST
DOC, just north of Antigo. Between Elcho and Post Lake, on the Hunting River.

Unreel
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8/7/12 12:50 PM CST
Pic of the 'new' cabin - started in the late 1960s - with my atv and canoe loaded for 1 mile paddle on Hunting River to stand spot. Other pic is the old cabin that we sleep 10 in with 5 bunk beds. Only about 4 guys can get up at a time so there is room to get dressed. It takes good timing to get up first, get dressed quick and be the first guy to the outhouse to round off the peak before the other guys get up. The 'newer' cabin sleeps about 4 or 5, and up to 6 with cots if we have to, but that is where we cook and eat.

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8/6/12 7:44 PM CST
my cabin on the Flanmbeau River.

lakeshiner
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7/16/12 11:07 AM CST
I'm still working on mine, shooting to have inspector sign off this spring. Just tough to get a lot done only going up every other weekend. Hoping to finish up the outside by fall. Need to finish the wavy cedar siding and get the doors painted to match. We started last summer. Probably have it all like I want it in 5 years haha! It's fun building, even though it's making a serious dent in my fishing/hunting.

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7/16/12 10:37 AM CST
Jonesy Love the pics. You get the 1st place vote from me!

jonesy6
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11/27/11 5:58 PM CST
Waupaca County

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11/21/11 10:40 AM CST
No pictures, just a sad story.

My Aunt and Uncle owned a cabin since the late 50's when they built it. My Uncle died 8-10 years ago. My Aunt just signed over the cabin to my cousin about 2 years ago, so there will be no probate, etc. when she passes.

I've been hunting there since 1976 or 77 with my cousin (who just got it).

I was told a couple of weeks ago by my cousin that my future son-in law will not be welcome there for hunting. Because he was not born into the family.

I'm afraid I just had my last weekend in the cabin. I'm not going to exclude the son-in-law from my hunting trips just because the new owner has these "rules" which my Aunt and Uncle never had. Crying

YBONE
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11/17/11 10:40 PM CST
Northern Forest County

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11/16/11 8:39 PM CST
We had a 20x20 shack with no plumbing, tank hung outside on the siding for the stove, and a chimmeny falling off the cabin, literally. 40 amp fuse box. Couldn't run the microwave and coffe pot at the same time. But it was nice. The beer stayed very cold in winter so that was a plus I guess.

We built this guy ourselves in '03 and it's a tad nicer.

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