Old Hickory unit 1

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Old Hickory unit 1

Postby jbhtn » Tue Aug 04, 2009 7:17 pm

I got a chance to go and take a look at my blind today and I was pretty happy with it. The food looks good and the blind doesnt need any work. I was wondering what everybody elses holes look like. What is the situation in the other bottoms.
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Re: Old Hickory unit 1

Postby fastbullet » Tue Aug 04, 2009 8:28 pm

which blind did you draw.we drew 23 the blind looks we are on a slough right next to the flooded fields that blinds 25,26,27,28,and 29.We walked in to take a look at our blind .when we passed all the others on the way it seemed like there was a good bit of food.hope it freezes though so they will come to our hole lol :grooving:
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Re: Old Hickory unit 1

Postby jbhtn » Wed Aug 05, 2009 6:24 pm

We drew blind 40 and I have not ever hunted in that area. I have heard that it is a pretty good bottom. It sits in a hole with blind 41 and they are pretty close. I dont know much about 23 but I do know that the food blinds in that area do pretty good. I have heard from a fairly reliable source that 27 killed the most birds on the lake last year.
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Re: Old Hickory unit 1

Postby mallardman27 » Fri Aug 21, 2009 11:09 pm

since you have 40 begenning of the season pay attention for the teal they will die bomb that hole hard
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