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I'm not really sure of the best place to post this so I thought I'd try here. I live in Southeast PA outside Lancaster. I'm looking to take a trip to the Eastern Shore on a duck hunt with three friends. I'm looking for recommendations for good guides or info on which ones to stay away from. We just want to have a good time hunting some divers that we don't get to see up here often. The type of hunting isn't as critical we are open to most anything but would prefer to hunt water more than fields. Thank you for your help.
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I've heard alot of good things about Pitboss Waterfowl, but have never hunted with them personally. Sea ducks and divers.
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- Location: Pasadena MD
Jeff Coats is a awesome guide also had a blast with black duck outfitters
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If you were interested I'd be willing to have you guys tag along for a few days of diver hunting. We have quite a few spots on the bay that always have buffies, blue bills, and cans later in the season
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I used Black duck outfitters last year for snow geese on the eastern shore and they were great. I will definitely be using them again, they do divers, sea duck, and geese too. They are a little pricey but I thought it was worth it. Here's the video we made out of it...
If it's not duck season...its one day closer
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