Look man, I am not trying to attack any of you personally, but I wish I had a dollar for everyone who has ever been on this site who said one of the following:blackrock wrote:You guys crack me up with your attempts at secrecy......In southern Idaho it's not like there are hidden mazes of waterways. There's one river that goes from the east all the way to the west. All I have to do is look over the bluff once dump the jet boat in and go up or down stream to find any hunting that exists in a given area. It's more about getting up earlier.......
duckhunterguy69 wrote:Hey guys I didn't mean to give away anybody's honey hole by starting this thread but if your honey hole is somewhere as public as swan falls then you probably don't get much honey. I'm just curious about some of these public areas. If it seems worth a try a get out and scout and learn for myself. But if I get info about things like access is dangerous or extremely limited then it's not worth my time. For all the folks doing there general internet scouting good for you. All public land is first come first serve and so as long as your respectful it's all part of hunting getting up way too early. That's why all our wifes think we are nuts.
Love 2 Takem' wrote:I agree, honey hole and Swan Falls should not be used in the same sentence. You could learn more from scouting with google earth than anything anyone has said on this post. I think its cool to give new hunters some basic info about an area, I am sure we can remember someone who did that for us when we were new. Save someone from learning lessons the hard way and maybe prevent someone from getting hurt or worse.
Justin300mag wrote:Are there actually people on here that report greater than a total of 7 birds per day of season? they would be reporting over 700 birds by the end of season!
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