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Postby tealbustin' » Sat Aug 19, 2006 7:02 pm

Thanks for all the fellowship in this forum. I am afraid that I am getting out of hunting.
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I cannot find areas to hunt that I can afford, get to without a boat, or find anyone to help get me off on the right foot. Duck hunting is alot like deer hunting in that regard. As a newbie, getting started is harder than I thought.
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Postby David » Sun Aug 20, 2006 6:47 am

Sorry to see you getting out. I know it is hard in Alabama to duck hunt without a boat. I'm never hunted anywhere near Cullman so I really can't give any suggestions. The good thing about duck hunting is that you don't have to have property to hunt, just a boat, decoys and some nearby rivers and lakes. Good luck and we hope to see you back someday. Feel free to stop in any time.
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Postby ALDUCKHU » Mon Dec 25, 2006 4:57 am

im new to the sport to and just learning :welcome:
iv deer hunted about 15 years and just last year got help and a good place to hunt so it takes time for everything and im looking for a good
hunting bud i had one till June this year and my farthernlaw , best friend
past on iv got 364 ac. near Berry, Al alot of deer , trukey , and some ducks time to time but its hard to get help when it comes to hunting
but i feel that theres enuff game for everyone
good luck everyone !!!!!!!!
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Postby RHF » Tue Dec 26, 2006 8:28 am

It is not easy. Tresspass laws make it tough without a boat (if you floating your legal, standing on the bottom your trespassing). I hunted for years using a canoe. Would paddle to a "off the beaten path" spot and stand in the sawgrass, brush, etc. This would require a wildlife management area to be legal here. Any near you? Even a beaver pond on a small creek might yeild a limit of woodies.
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