Areas near Warner Robins

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Areas near Warner Robins

Postby Evil_McNasty » Tue Sep 27, 2005 3:57 pm

I have been considering moving to Warner Robins. Can anyone answer a few questions for me?

1) What decent hunting lakes are near there, and what species are to be found on each?

2) I've got a duck boat with a mud motor, will I be able to access better spots, or is it the water pretty well wide open?

3) How is the hunting on the coast? I live on FL's coast now and we get bluebills, reds, and c-backs. Any of these up there?

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Postby quack_head » Tue Sep 27, 2005 6:51 pm

hey bud,
i don't know of any swamps or any thing around that area but i will do some looking, and let you know good luck, on moving
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Postby Evil_McNasty » Wed Sep 28, 2005 8:22 am

I'm cool with an hour drive in the morning before a hunt. I'm also cool with a 3 hour drive for a good weekend hunt.

Any kind of info would help. On the map I see that Oconee, Blachshear, and Clarks Hill are relatively close. But are these surrounded by golf courses?? That's the kind of stuff that's happening in central FL.
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Postby deadshot » Wed Jul 19, 2006 8:54 pm

ocnee is a wide open lake with a bunch of mallards and geese it has 2 golf courses , one of them has a blind in front of it, blacksheare ive herd of having a good many but cant remember if you can hunt it or not
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