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I am moving to West TN and I have been looking around for some public hunting areas for ducks and came across these two places within an hour drive of me. Are they any good? Keep in mind I am from central KY and a good year for us is far different from a good year for people near the MS River. I also saw that there are blinds on these places, are they draw blinds or first come first served? Thanks.
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I'm pretty sure Tigrett is draw blinds. But you can hunt them as long as the people that hunt the blind aren't in it when shooting hours start.
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Tigrett is draw blinds, but there's various other oppertunities in the woods..far as the draw blinds go, there's one that does most the killin and the rest do alotta watchin.
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During the duck season......burn a lot of gas and mornings. You'll figure out where you need to be. If experience has taught me anything, West Tenn duck hunters guard their duck holes and their knowledge. what may not be good one day, wears them out under the right conditions. Just gotta learn the variables that contribute to teh right conditions for each hole.
It may take a couple/several seasons, but good seasons come after lots of "investing". Or get close to someone that hunts a lot and mooch in and steal their spot.
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I'm from Lauderdale. And yea West TN has some pretty good duck holes, and some ***hole duck hunters. If you want message me during Dec-Jan and I'll take you to a few public places that have ducks. Just remember that if you're new to the area locals won't take so kind.
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