Feathers wrote:Devils lake is probably the most pressured area in the state. In other areas almost all farmers will give you permission. Devils Lake half at best assuming you can find them.
You will have a crack at many species of divers and puddlers at that time and most will have good plummage by then. A decent spread of 3-5 dozen decs consisting of mallards and bluebills will decoy most, if not all, of the species of ducks assuming you have scouted and are in a good area. There will be snows around but if you've never hunted them I would not suggest trying. You need a seperate license for cranes (I believe it costs $5) but most of the cranes are west of Devils.
Don't skybust. Don't bust roosts. Treat the locals and land with respect and leave it the way you found it.
One question for you. How did you get into college with that grammer?
timmer wrote:thank you ! so would you guys say east or west of devils lake and we plan on just being troopers we have a camper and a tent !
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