HJF wrote:Probably not going to get alot of replys as most of us have put ALOT of time and money finding our spots. Best advise is spend alot of time behind the wheel scouting. Also, please don't move in on another duck hunter if they have a good spot and you are not, it is going to take some serious time and effort to find good spots in this state.
It is not something anyone is going to give freely! You have to figure it out for yourself,and hope the spots you scout are not stepping on other peoples spots! But be sure that if the spots you find are spots other people hunt they will let you know quick fast and in a hurry! My suggestion to you is get out and talk to farmers in the area,along waterways,lakes or ponds,and see if they are giving permission to hunt,and ask if there are others hunting there already,if there are then respect it and move on! Most of the posted signs you are seeing are there to make you ask for permission,and alot of the farmers will give permission if you ask! But you will never know if you do not ask!