When you think of boom towns for varmint shooting, nothing in the East comes to mind. The rolling prairies and grasslands of the Dakotas and Montana are the perennial hot spots. Prairie dog shoots out West can use up thousands of rounds and leave a shooter's arm bruised. Though you won't find the same varmint numbers here, the groundhog, distant cousin of the prairie dog, is in abundance. Many farmers are more than willing to let you onto their land to take care of the varmint nuisance. Here are three areas full of sharp-shooting opportunities.