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Ive never hunted Kern before and I drew a #4 !! finally after 8 yrs i get a draw there hahaha. Anyone got any suggestions on areas or blinds to keep a eye out for? Im not looking for honey holes or anything like that. And some basic info like water depth in certain areas should we bring our own blind material . thanks guys
(Stole this idea fromBamaHoyt)Thanks guy!
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PM me. I know what blind you should go for, and I will give you a list in order in case 1,2,3 take them
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Not much of the Refuge is open yet (must be lack of water). Unit 1A, unit 2, Blinds 2 & 5 and ADA1 are the only things open 46 hunters with 8 reservations. You got really lucky. No need for blind material at Kern plenty of cover. Both Blinds 2 & 5 are ok but a long walk 1A (free roam) is a long walk and hit or miss. Unit 2 is free roam and shoots well most days and is very popular. Water is mostly waist deep or less except along main dikes in unit 1(not open yet) and unit 2 if you go in from parking lot 1 you can make it with chest waders just fine. You should get your choice unless the blinds get snapped up by lower numbers.
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