FlaWoodie wrote:Where in Dixie county??? Im not gonna lie I saw this post and it kind of made me laugh, not your fault! but i grew up spending my summers and winters in dixie county (cross city & old town area) and I can tell you that it is one part of the state where duck hunting for the most part isnt really apart of anyones after thought. No real large public bodies of water to congregate.bottleneck and hold duck #'s let alone duck hunt on(other than the river which i dont think really holds alot of ducks, i may be wrong though)Atleast in my experience, like perry and other similiar places, this is Dog Running country!!! Only time I ever duck hunted their was on a small lake for woodducks on a private dog runnnin club and we didnt see a darn thing. But your right, there are going to be those few honey holes for wood ducks or even maybe get lucky out on the suwannee on some woodies but that would seem to me to be about it, but who knows give it a shot. I'm pretty sure you could probably head to the coast and probably lay into some seaducks but for the most part( and correct me if im wrong on here people) most folks from dixie are gonna look at you like ur crazy.these are deer huntin folks and they love their dogs, loud trucks, and shootin everything that moves! haha dont get me wrong I love dixie county and grew up riding dog boxes there, and if it werent for it I would probably not be the hunter I am today! If anyone else has another opinion or expereince about this area I'd love to hear it, but for the most part this is what I got, hope I didnt dissapoint you too much. ohh and dont count on seeing too many mallards in Fl in general i think those boys out in n.west florida(pensacola) may get them every now and then maybe but dont think they are super common anywhere else in Fl but let someone else on here chime you in on that im from tallahassee and we dont get em at all....woodies, teal, and ringers are your new best friends with the occasional can, redhead, bluebill and a few others but mostly the first 3. goodluck!
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