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Arrowhead mountain lake

Postby Hunter From WI » Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:21 pm

Hey there,

I drove by Arrowhead mountain lake yesterday and it looks like a great area for ducks.

thanks,

Eric
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Re: Arrowhead mountain lake

Postby VT_Diver-Junkie » Wed Nov 11, 2009 9:49 am

Ehh not really i live right infront of it infact its about a 3min walk for me through the woods in my backyard.. We have hunted there for years but its just so crowded now that we always get pushed back near the high bridge in the corner theres always about 6-10 woodies back there but big ducks don't really make it back to us.. We now have a big boat that we use now so we are free to go on Lake Champlain.. But arrowhead gave me lots of memories.. But now that i'm older the lake is my new hunting grounds!! Good luck
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Re: Arrowhead mountain lake

Postby Hunter From WI » Wed Nov 11, 2009 10:15 am

Thanks for the update,

Is there a way to hunt this water w/o a boat?

I still don;t have a bot, just my 2yr old lab.
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Re: Arrowhead mountain lake

Postby VT_Diver-Junkie » Wed Nov 11, 2009 5:36 pm

not really we usually pull over to the side of the road near the high bridge and put the canoe in it doesn't look it but its about 8-12 feet deep in some spots... sorry i wish there was a way um theres people that live 2 houses down from me there driveway goes into the woods if you talk to them and butter them up they might let you park in it up near a path that leads you to the lake if you look during the day and see a spot you like its only a few inches to a few feet ive done some jump shooting if your interested i'll give you the street that i live on i would ask to see if you could park here but were all fensed in and that is the most direct path also lots of geese down there where i'm telling you about.
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Re: Arrowhead mountain lake

Postby Hunter From WI » Thu Nov 12, 2009 6:09 am

man you have me going now... I need to find a small boat. I'm not sure how my lab will take to a boat but hey first time for everything....

I have my own business so I can make my own schedule... :-)
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Re: Arrowhead mountain lake

Postby VT_Diver-Junkie » Thu Nov 12, 2009 6:20 am

Yea i would get a boat i'm thinking about getting one soon i want like a steath one person boat that way i can go when i want to right now at ***** they have a camo green kayak for around $530 its kinda much but its perfect for areas like arrowhead..
http://www.dickssportinggoods.com/produ ... Id=2010452

Um theres also this place.. its where i'm getting mine from
http://www.directboats.com/otteroutdoors.html
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Re: Arrowhead mountain lake

Postby Hunter From WI » Thu Nov 12, 2009 6:36 am

Ya I looked at those. Right now those are not in my budget.
Hopefully for next year.

If you ever need help with the boat on the big lake holler.

thanks for the help,

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Re: Arrowhead mountain lake

Postby VT_Diver-Junkie » Thu Nov 12, 2009 8:22 am

Yea know prob i'll keep you up to date with whats going on around here if anything changes..
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