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    Anybody ever had any luck calling on Mud Lake or the surrounding lakes? If so, what would most likely stick its head out?

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    Snowmachines... I've seen some rabbit tracks, but no predators

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    Way to many people running around out there


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    Okay, thanks! Just to clarify the Mud Lake I am talking about, I'm talking about the one off Maud road.

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    Which Maud Road......????


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    Okay, thanks! Just to clarify the Mud Lake I am talking about, I'm talking about the one off Maud road.

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    E. Maud. It is off the Old Glenn.

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    The "Old Glenn" part in Eagle River/Chugiak Or the Part that By-passes the cloverleafs and goes to the dragstrip......???
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    E. Maud. It is off the Old Glenn.

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    The dragstrip one.

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    i saw fox tracks out there last year and there is a ton of coyotes running around in the way far back iv heard them many times . had some coyotes cone in one night the were yippin all around us they never showed themselves though . you gotta go along ways back

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    Okay thanks. I thought I saw coyote tracks out that way too last year. Found two torn up snowshoe hares, but never tried calling. Its good to know they are back there. I might try calling this year.

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    Calling in the Mud lake area can be 'spotty'. There are some good areas to make calls from, but I have found that it is better during the week rather then the weekend, less traffic. There are also a few people that trap this area so need to watch for them.

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