slough wrote:I believe deer season opens on Nov. 9th this year. Seems a lot of NR come on opener, which is usually the saturday closest to Oct. 1 (that'd be sept. 29 this year) but I guess anytime works. Pretty much throw a dart at a town east of the missouri river and you'll find waterfowl. Kinda doubt anyone will give out their honeyhole.
duece4ducks wrote:thank you guys for your advice..never been up there was just wondering a what a good time was to go. Blackfoot were coming up from illinois and no problem with the post, maybe we can share some info we find out to help each other... Swsoo2, i wasnt trying to get any detailed info on anyones spots, just never been there and was asking a few questions, if someone was coming to illinois to hunt and needed help i would be one of the first to give good advice, but thats what good sportsman do. We will figure it out and we will kill our birds and have a good time, so thanks everyone.
Mcguins45 wrote:Dam all the man wanted was some advice didn't ask we're anyone's honey hole was. Sounds like you all don't like out of staters. Hell you can't kill all of em. You never know you help a man out he might just return the favor. I'll tell you in a heartbeat were to hunt but if you don't know what's working I'll kill ducks and you won't
dduckman wrote:I may have to find a friendlier state to come out and hunt geeze
dduckman wrote:well when you travel 12 hrs to any destination a little research ahead of time is a huge benefit, some of these will be the same guys that when you get will say you should have done your homework before you came
If as everyone says you can hunt anywhere then what is the big secret, nobody wants your super secret spot just a little help, and you never know you may make a new friend with a killer spot south of you when your season is closed.
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