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This weekend Im going hunting on a slough that doesnt have a tree around it and there are atleast 600 ducks on it everyday, please help me with some info. on how to go about hunting it.
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Hey, I am from south Texas and I hunt farm ponds with no trees all the time. I usually make some wooden seats to stick in the mud so I do not have to stand, and these are easy to move if the wind changes. I put my seat on the edge of the tanks and for the most part be as still as possible. With very little movement you should do just fine.
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when i hunt places liek that i usely take a bit of blind matterals and then use stray stick to make a make crap blind...
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I would try two differet things.
1--lay on the bank like a goose hunter and be still---You could even take a coupe of burlap bags with some twigs and things already attatched or go buy a christmas tree and cut it in half.
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