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Save your time and gas. I live here and I don't ever really hunt it. So that ought to tell you something.
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let me guess, just like ES, just one black duck a day. no good birds at all
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Got one better for ya. I have a good buddy who owns 600 acres right just west of the bridge. He has some blinds on the river but he doesnt have any good open water blinds. We r gonna put over there.
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Its always duck season, there is just a long break from february to september.
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Good luck in finding a place 500 yards away from another blind.
"Remember don't tell your mother what went on in the duck blind"
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Snag you a metro barrel and hunt up next to the refuge
swampbilly 1980 wrote:I'm a poor man, but I'd pay good money to taste some of that juicy white meat...
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nickp9797 wrote:Save your time and gas. I live here and I don't ever really hunt it. So that ought to tell you something.
Would agree with nick. Grew up on the river, still get back as much as possible, but hunt pamlico county.
There is good croaker fishing in the spring/early summer however.
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