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just wanted to know if you have to have a boat to hunt the marsh area or if you could just walk in.
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no idea on this one...
hopefully someone will chime in for you!
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I don't know that area very well myself so I'm not much help.
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same as everyone else, i dont know anything about that area. have you tried researching it online? maybe you could find out some info that way? where is this area located? i have not even heard of it
It's all true, as far as I know.
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no boat needed u can just walk in get with me i'am from the ashville area
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I hunt there once in a while
No boat needed unless you want to set up in the middle of the river
But it is a good idea to scout it during daylight
As there are a fair amount of channels , some are not where you would expect them to be
I only work to aford so I can aford to hunt
Steel 90% of the time
HD or Hevi 10% of the time when the ducks and geese don't play fair
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