A lot of people will claim that they have Honey Holes real close to campus, but in my 4 years here, I've never been able to find them. You're definitely going to need a boat or make friends with someone who has one to get anywhere worth your while. Try looking at Akron, AL. I hunted there about 20 mornings this year and we did alright. Had a few mornings where we killed 20+ but other days where we killed 1 or two. But you're gonna be hunting about 90% wood ducks and 10% teal. If you got a boat, check out the Lock 8 Boat Ramp in Akron on GoogleEarth and just follow the river and see what you can find. I've hunted the Sipsey River a few times but never more than 5 ducks per mooring and I don't know where to go really, just went with some buddies. Don't waste your time on the Cahaba River, not worth it. Also look into Eutaw and Demopolis, AL. There are several WMA's down there that I've hunted and some good places on the Black Warrior River down there too. You're gonna be driving about 45 mins to anywhere worth a damn and have a little spot competition here and there, but its worth going for sure.