What happend to Georgetown?

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What happend to Georgetown?

Postby masonmc » Tue Sep 18, 2007 6:50 pm

Some years ago my father-in-law entertained clients on duck hunts in the Georgetown area. I have been trying to find an outfitter for a potential hunt in the area in early January, but I can't find anybody on the internet that offers hunts :huh: . Has that area completely died? If not, I'd appreciate some leads on some outfitters I can check with.

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Postby mergansermasher » Thu Sep 27, 2007 10:04 am

there is no such thing as a "guide" in south carolina anymore unless you want to shoot tamies on a corn pond. there aren't enough ducks to worry with really...unless you know the area real well.
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Postby wildfire5 » Sun Oct 28, 2007 9:27 am

their is still some good hunting for ringnecks in the bay and the teal havent been looking too bad either. but I do not know of a guide in that area either. It's luck of the draw to even get a parking spot at the landing.
2007-08 season totals
Mallard-0
Woodies-11
Ringnecks-1
Teal-3
Bluebills-5
Canadians-17
Weigons-0
Bufflehead-2
Ruddys-3
Hairy heads-5
Bands-1
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