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I am currently looking for land in the Haliburton and Kawartha Lake area that i would be able to use for Turkey hunting in both the spring and fall as well as deer and waterfowl. I am an ethical hunter and will respect your proprties to the fullest and follow any rules you may want me to follow on top of that. I will also do any favours for you the land owner such as varmin hunting as well.

 

Please contact me Jesse Dart as soon as possible at either 647-924-0982

or: jessedart411@hotmail.com

 

Thank you for your time

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