Never hunted there but been out that way a few times. I met a guy that owns a big chunk of oldmans. Lots of tide draw so navigation can be tricky just like any other tidal creek that runs into the del. Oldmans is a large spring stopover for our atlantic flyway pintails. I am sure there are some around in the fall to chase as well. The marsh is a nice fertile freshwater marsh with a lot of rice in areas. That part of the state winters a large majority of our mallards too. But just about every piece of land, water and marsh is locked up out on that side of the state.
Pete Oldmans is past Mullica hill in Pedricktown. Way different than our side of the marsh...everything that looks ducky has a posted sign out there.
jmp, maybe you should have a duckhuntingchat.com party at your lease so all us unlucky ones can help you take care of the duck problem there
Just remember, you can have the best piece of marsh in the state, but if we dont have weather the birds wont use it. I'd hold on to that lease even if we have another crappy mild winter, because once we get some more normal winter weather you will be in 'em thick