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I am in the Army and going to be moving to Ft Campbell in February. I am a diehard waterfowl addict and was wondering if anyone could suggest any hunting areas in that area. I have a 14' flatbottom with a 9.9 on it. Have 1 dz canada floaters, 6 dz puddler floaters, 6 dozen diver floaters and lab.
Any other advice or guidance about that area? Do I have to worry about poisonous snakes or any issues using a dog? Any unusual laws or restictions? Any help would be appreciated.
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The lakes (Kentucky & Barkely)would probably be your best choice and the closest. I know it gets good when everything freezes up.
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around thanksgiving its awesome, lots of divers, LOTS of divers, and theres always coots to shoot also
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I too am in the Army, and I have some friends down there that have drawn blinds in Haynes Bottm. It is in Tn and it is also one of the WMA's. I'll give ya my dsn number so only you can use a dsn phone 4648202. Give me a shout and we'll exchange info. Campbell for Knox.
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