In the land of 10,000 lakes, Minnesota duck hunting is some of the best. Log in and discuss your Minnesota duck hunting experiences.
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That's plenty in most spots. You just gotta be smart. I hunted a 14' flat with a 15hp for many years usually 3 guys. Never had an issue, but didn't ever push my luck. Alot of my areas are no wake half the season so speed isn't a factor anyways. Closer you are to the main channel the better the bottom in most spots. Most the backwaters I know are pure muck.
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Depending on the parts sure it is. Just watch the weather just like any body of water you take a boat out on. Careful for stumps and rocks too.
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