If you are a migratory bird hunter, share your New Hampshire duck hunting tactics here.
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If so, do tides matter boating in from the southern end on the Exeter river? In other words, can you go out and back regardless of tide? Haven't hunted it yet but would rather know these things before I launch in the dark.Thanks.
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You can get out thru,But the channel is a maze.When you reach the scwamscot river.Also the bay is very shallow on that end.Not many places to set up at low tide.
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Me and another Sculler pushed the geese around on Thursday, he got one I didn't get close enough this time. To sunny and in the middle 50's.
lots of fun to get within 70 to 100 yards of 1500 to 2000 geese, that ALL know that something is different, but don't realy know what that thing is chasing them.
Even the boys that sit on shore with the moterized twirley duck on a stick didn't have much luck
To late now to hope for the ice to hunt Geese
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i like watching the swanzillas
-keep your booger hook off the bang switch 'till your ready to shoot"
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