NHDuckHunter wrote:You live in Portsmouth and you can't find ducks? Look just East.
The bit of advice I usually give is drive areas where you can get in to hunt. Drive the back roads and look for water, any water. Best thing to find is a little brook trickling, then follow it out in the woods and with any luck you'll find a beaver pond. Best places I know of.
Also, if you are looking for some gear, I saw some lunatic was basically giving away a bunch of good stuff in the NH classifieds. I think he said he'd give a discount to a young guy or college kid starting out.
NHDuckHunter wrote:My only issue with google earth is I don't know how up to date it is. Also, obviously, it doesn't show changes in water levels. Things that look like grassy fields on the computer can actually be flooded now. Also, its hard to see flooded timber if its locked up tight from the canopy.
Really, there is no replacement for boots in the dirt. The one thing I like about Google is it can show you locations of houses, of course same thing, there could be another house built since the picture was taken.
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