skeeter91 wrote:growing up in Hyde County should say enough.
Yep. Good point.
Hunting knee deep flooded corn fields, is tuff and dangerous hunting.
Currituck will be a walk in the park for you.
Good luck, and have fun!
Yeah, I'd say farming is pretty easy isn't it. Working during the hottest months of the year, yeah its a real cake walk down there. I am not afraid to get my hands dirty and sweat a little bit. We don't pay people to tend our impoundments, we do everything ourselves. So while you are enjoying the beach in July think about me and how I actually really am working for my ducks. As for the danger factor, lets see you walk through a corn field, work on a PTO, or move a riser in the middle of August and see how long it takes you to get 1) bitten by a cottonmouth, 2) catch malaria from the teal sized mosquito's, or 3) passout from heat exhaustion. It's people like you who dub Hyde County as the "rich mans hunting". Yeah it does take a lot of money, but its five times the amount of work and ten times the amount of risk. Where as your public land hunting or swamp requires little to no work compared to hunting impoundments. Oh and just so you don't think I am contradicting my previous comment about my life doesnt revolve around ducks. I've farmed and commercial fished. That's how I used to make money. So yeah if I actually wanted to go to Currituck I will. I have enough experience on the water to know what I am doing.I hunt on the sound and my fair share of public land. I seriously think you have me confused for some ignorant teenager who gets his dad to spoon feed everything too him. Well sir you are wrong. So go be a
to someone else because quite frankly after your little comment I don't give a rats ass what else you have to say about "the easy flooded corn field hunting"
Just to be a
bag like you im gonna sign off too