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Not sure when, but I will be coming out of sand hills area, and would enjoy company on hunting trips. Several people in the hunting party would be best.
As many as 4, 5, or 6 would be perfect. Most hunts would be with my wife and I.

If interested post here, and lets form a hunting party.
 

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I'm going to be visiting the Davidson-Mooresville area this coming weekend but it appears to be to early to find any. I haven't seen any reports of finds north of central Alabama and central Georgia. It appears that the season is going to arrive a week or 2 late this year which is no surprise considering the cold weather.
 

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Ricard76, you are in my neck of woods! I think it is still a week or so out. I thought about checking a few spots though this weekend. Last year it was around April 12th / 13th.
 

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Just1more, I didn't look while in NC. It was obvious to me that it was way to early for the yellows and I didn't know if Blacks grew in that area. I checked my early black spots in KY yesterday with no luck.
 

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I live in Rockingham county area and found some several years ago but they tore down the woods I went to. Now I'm wanting to find land I can hunt on. I'm from Indiana and it was so much fun going hunting every year. I've taken my two boys and my Carolina husband on my trips needless to say they thought I was crazy at first hahaha but now they love them and love to hunt them now. If anyone knows where there is some good land to hunt on please let me know. Happy Hunting!
 

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Ricard, I've found some in the woods along the creek behind Northridge mall.. ( not sure if that's the right name, it's the mall up near Harris Blvd.) when I used to work construction down there.
 
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