From Pintails to Mallards, share your Montana duck hunting stories here in the land of the Big Sky country.
South Carolina duck hunter here. May be moving to Eastern Montana. Interested in what the hunting is like and where to go. Is everything river hunting? Is there any field hunting or flooded field hunting?
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You should put this in the montana forum.
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sorry, not too familiar with the hunting up in Montana, but i'll bet it's good. a quick phone call to the Montana dept. of fish and wildlife might get you some answers.
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glad to have another SC here. Hope you stay in state.
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SCoutdoorsman wrote::welcome: glad to have another SC here. Hope you stay in state.
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