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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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Safe Hunt
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11/21/12 9:15 AM CST
Great time with friends and family Perfect retreat to take us a million miles from home

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Algee
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11/12/12 12:01 PM CST
Here is The VCC shack north of Winter with national property on 3 side. It's like owning a thousands of acres never see another hunter.Can't wait till Thursday!!

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11/11/12 4:43 PM CST
Deer Camp / year round home.

EVEN BIGGER BASS
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11/10/12 11:16 AM CST
Not my cabin so I don't know the full story. It was built by a guy after he returned from the civil war. Now it is deer camp.

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11/9/12 8:58 PM CST
It's not much, but this is our hunting shack

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11/9/12 2:16 PM CST
Bumping this one to the top...it's always great to see pictures of different shacks, especially at this time of year. I'll try and post a pic of ours after the weekend.

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8/30/12 2:35 PM CST
Here are a couple pics of my place at Dunbar. One pic of front from last winter (snow on the ground) The other two are of the living room and dinning room. I thought it was big enough and for most of the year it is fine. When rifle season rolls around it gets a little crowded but it's all family, so who cares.

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8/29/12 4:58 PM CST
Bayfield County WI, private 100 acre lake, off the grid w/ solar power and propane generator for backup

Gods Country!

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8/29/12 9:50 AM CST
not here at work.

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8/27/12 9:05 AM CST
Here's our cabin. Waupaca County.

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8/10/12 7:41 AM CST
Outstanding cabins guys. I especially like the really old ones, tons of history with those. Mine isn't quite as old and not all that primitive but my son and I are building some great memories already for the short time I've owned it. I have since added a wrap around deck which works great for shooting trap off of. We use it year round for open and hard water fishing. It's my favorite place to be in the fall.

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8/8/12 12:52 PM CST
Your door step looks like mine currently haha! Looks good, I did the corners of my overhang the same way. Debated about finishing it like a box on the end, but that way was much easier.

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

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.

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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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