Duck Hunting for puddlers like Mallards, Sprig (Pintails), Black ducks, Widgeons, Woodducks, Teal, and other ducks.
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I would like any body to suggest me a good place to goto in Washington, Beavers or Allegheny county for next thursday!.Thanks guys and good luck:)
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Take the highway till you get to the gravel road and turn on it until you get to the two-track grass road, then follow that to what's left of an old barn. Park there, and hike until you come to the stream, and then follow it to the beaver pond. Should find a mess of woodies and sometimes mallards there.
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if you dont have time to scout then you dont have time to hunt, find a new hobby.
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I usually do good in the park in the mornings. Then I hunt some of those ponds they dig out right next to the highway. I smoke the geese in those almost every night just after LST ends.
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Game wardens office or fish hatchery.....
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