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    Hi Jay,

    I didn't realize I had a message until today. So I apolagize for not getting back to you. You're not very far from some good hunting right in Hollis. I just checked the Harvest report and they took 116 deer out of Hollis with a 3.67 kill/sq mile. I used to hunt Hollis by Rocky Pond but your best bet would be to try and get access to some area that borders some of the farms. Maybe even call some farmers. As far as hunting with others, I'm a loner by choice. I have a group of guys that are my hunting buddies but we each go our own way and hunt different towns except when we hunt in Maine at my buddy's camp. We do call each other if someone needs help dragging one out or tracking. I can give you a couple tips that have helped me. Get a quality scouting camera(s) to help you find what the deer are doing. I have several cameras and will rotate checking one camera a week. So essentially I'm scouting year round. If you need to get away from hunters, take up bow hunting. I always hang my treestand facing northwest since the wind primarily (not always though) will come from a westerly direction and will be blowing behind you. If you find a nice deer trail, follow it into the thick stuff - that is where they will be during daylight hours and set your stand in this location. It doesn't matter if you can see real far. One last thing is go to your stand in the dark in the morning or stay until last light. I've seen most of my deer at first or last light.

    Good Luck!
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