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What type of cover/feeding areas are the grouse in this time of year? What should I be looking for? I am gonna be hunting for them in Roscommen next week, and I got some knowledge of a spot or two from a friend. I would like to know what areas to try in case it does not pan out.
 

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Know of any cedar swamps up there??? or sections with lots of pines?? That's where they'll be with all that snow.
Find those spots then wait for me!!!!you'll need the extra gun cause they often times group up(Like the turkeys).
Oh yeah and you'll find them on the bird feeders big time right now.HEHEHE
 

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I have found that a new stand of Poplar trees is like a magnet for Grouse.


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If you can find a copy of 'Grouse of the North Shore', read it.
It's a study of an isolated, unhunted colony of birds on Lake Superior and what they do on a yearly basis. Absolutely the best thing ever on grouse behavior.
Popple and alder catkins and cedar/pine cover this time of year.
Good luck!
 
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