SpoonyShooter wrote:I'm heading to Ohio to do some visiting with my parents this fall/winter and was planning on trying to get out to Caesar Creek to do some hunting. I grew up in the area but did not start hunting until recently and because of that I'm not familiar with how things are run there.
SpoonyShooter wrote:Do they do a daily lotto for unoccupied blinds?
SpoonyShooter wrote:Is a boat pretty much required?
I will be able to hit them up during the week, too. I actually figured that weekends would be crammed pretty tight there.
I think it depends on whether or not you pay for the blind. I am in with a group at Delaware and you have to pay if you get drawn and that prevents others from using the blind. Have not been to Caesar's drawing so not sure how that one works, if you don't pay I believe they are open to others but the owner of the blind can kick you out. Someone out there correct me if I am wrong, that was just how it was explained at our drawing.
SpoonyShooter wrote:I started hunting after I moved to California and the refuges here are lottery drawn for every hunt day about 2 weeks out, then on the day of there is another drawing for the open blinds. Just like every marsh here is slightly different, I figured the same for marshes in other states.
I'm more than willing to do some hiking with a handful of dekes on my back to get to some free-roam areas, though.
I'm getting ready to move cross country now, worst time of the year to move as far as hunting goes. Will end up in Morgantown, WV, but like I said I'll be spending a lot of time in Ohio, too.
Anybody that wants to dove hunt Sept 10-12 in SW Ohio, let me know! I think I'm going to skip out on the teal, sounds like it will be a pain in the ass. Of course unless I see them flying somewhere.
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