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    Mark Twain National Forest

    Has anyone ever huntin Mark Twain National Forest in MO before? Any information would be helpful.

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    no one?
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    I've hunted it a bunch just south of Fort Leonard Wood, what do you want to know?? Its tough deer hunting as it is miles and miles and miles and miles of woods. Turkey hunting is really good, some hogs down there too. Let me know what you're looking for and I'll try and help you out, I know alot of that area pretty well....'94
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    lots and lots of woods, I have hunted smaller tracts (1000-2000acres) of the mark twain around my house and no fields what so ever! fairly hard to pin down sometimes, might try hunting close to the property lines. There are some good deer though and some that can get alot of age on them. Seen 2 shot that went 150 - 160. thats real good for my area were all they have is acorns to feed on. let me know if I can help you out in any way

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    Mtnf........

    I hunt private land in Missouri close to it, great genitics in the area. I will have to say though, it is one "honking huge" tract of woods. Similar to the Northeastern "Big Woods" and parts of the U.P. .


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    Mark Twain Forest

    I hunted some around the Fulton area. Some of that area was actually pasture. I as the others have stated experienced GOOD turkey hunting, but not nearly as much success deer hunting.
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    That's a tough one as I believe MO calls many locations of forest land "Mark Twain" so that could be lot's of places. I hunted Mark Twain in southwest MO bordering "Roaring River park" just a stones throw across the AR state line. Lots of hills and woods and small on area. Saw a few deer, had better luck in AR, and Shell Osage area in MO.

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