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Postby GomerPyle » Thu Sep 27, 2012 7:49 am

may have opportunity to hunt ACE Basin, buddy wants a few of us to come over to hunt.......i know nothing about it. I'd have to drive from either central AL or West TN...........is it worth an 8-12 hr drive to hunt?
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Re: ACE Basin

Postby bigsprig » Thu Sep 27, 2012 8:18 am

Depends on what you are hunting, where you are hunting, when you come, etc.

Sorry to be vague, but saying coming to hunt ACE is like saying thinking about hunting the coast of Louisiana or North Alabama.

If you get on a private plantation duck hunt it could be worth the drive.

If you are coming to hunt public areas and numbers of ducks are your goal you would be better off at Guntersville or 5 hours to Arkansas.

ACE is beautiful, but it is not Arkansas and most of the ducks are on private plantation or state/federal controlled impoundments which few of us non doctor/lawyer/indian chief types ever get to hunt.

Good luck and if you come, welcome. :welcome:
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ACE Basin

Postby C-Hawk19 » Thu Sep 27, 2012 4:43 pm

bigsprig wrote:Depends on what you are hunting, where you are hunting, when you come, etc.

Sorry to be vague, but saying coming to hunt ACE is like saying thinking about hunting the coast of Louisiana or North Alabama.

If you get on a private plantation duck hunt it could be worth the drive.

If you are coming to hunt public areas and numbers of ducks are your goal you would be better off at Guntersville or 5 hours to Arkansas.

ACE is beautiful, but it is not Arkansas and most of the ducks are on private plantation or state/federal controlled impoundments which few of us non doctor/lawyer/indian chief types ever get to hunt.

Good luck and if you come, welcome. :welcome:


X2 very well put



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