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There's a spot I'm going to duck hunt next year. It's in the woods and not that huge of pond and it doesn't have any cattails or really any tall grasses around it I never duck hunted before does that seem like it would hold sucks or not? Also it's in Adams County Wi 40 acres if private land if that matters.
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Shoot bill a message and the GPS coordinates or a screen shot of it on a map. He can tell you right away if it's duck worthy or not.
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is there a big body of water near it?
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