Where was the duck banded? Anybody been talking about forming a hunt? I agree with several of the previous comments. Although I've taken many folks new to the sport to many of my spots in the past I can understand keeping info sharing limited. If we didn't hit it off I never worried about losing my spot. But anyone who has hunted for any length of time knows that the x changes often and there is more to successful hunting than a repeat appearance in the same spot. I don't think I need to explain that further. Time and experience usually win out at the end of the day. That aside I believe many of us would like to scout new hunting areas that we've never been. So yes a neutral place where many if not all us have not been would be beneficial to the party. If the hunt goes sour, theres time to get to know potential new long time hunting buddies. Nothing wrong with that and it builds trust for future hunts.
I've been duck hunting since 1991. Started in MN, then VA now here. Needless to say I've got enough gear to start a store. I'm currently hunting small water, but I prefer the big water or big fields. I like real early mornings, I like two hour setups, I like setting up a dozen or 200 decs. I like it cold, colder the better. I love to work the birds to the X.
Anyone want to plan something, lets make it happen. Any day in the blind is a good day!
P.S. There is definately not enough chatter on the SC site. Talk it up out there.
When I retire I will be waterfowl hunting all the best places in the world. Golfing is for those who lack vision and it's a pure waste of time and money. Want help planning financially for your duck hunting future? Send me a PM.