Asking for advice on hunting a public area is pretty common rookie practice. I wasn't calling you a rookie, but if the shoe fits... Using the "help keep the sport alive by telling others where to kill ducks" pitch is a weak attempt at trying to get some info. If I wanted to hunt the Pee Dee, I would be down there now, before the season, looking for some ducks. If you can't do that because of school or work, then tough. The folks that can, will likely kill a few ducks. Good public hunters are a quiet breed. If you want to learn a new area, take time to learn it. Don't do it during the season, do it during the fall. Keep in mind where you are seeing large concentrations of woodies and teal. Other puddle ducks will use those same areas (if they aren't disturbed) in the winter. One of the most detrimental things to public hunting is people riding around during the season looking for new places to hunt. Know your area before the season, go strait there to scout and strait out. Hundreds of boats constantly prodding suitable habitat is the reason why no one will ever get the chance to hunt the thousands of ducks that use public water. They can't take the disturbance.
teal and tailing reds make life worth living