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Looking at an east coast sea duck hunt and a west coast hunt this year. What kind of Sea ducks do you get in Washington? I would be intrested in Eider, Scoters, and harli's. Not so much goldeneye and old squaw since we get enough of them in WI. Have a hard time finding websites of guides in the area. Any help would be great!
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- Location: Fox Cities, WI
I'm a transplant out here and just love the place. We have all three scoters, some oldsquaw and harli's. Check out a few of the earlier posts about the guides in the area, i personally haven't used any, but there's some around. Good Luck
May the skies above you; be blackened with birds
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First you need to get a seaduck hunting card approved from the state. I believe that it is too late for this season but I am not sure. There is a good guide up in Port Townsend that provides a good time. I kill all three species of scoters regularly in one of my spots and they are fun to hunt. A bit hard to kill sometimes since their the size of a Canvasback but cool to look at up close.
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- Location: Bremerton, WA
We have Black,Surf,and Whitewings and Old Squaws.
Harli's, Common and Barrows GE'S
If you are looking for a guide the man you are looking for
Is Capt Dave Drewry
Here is his website
www. Peninsula Sportsman Guide & Outfitting.com
He is probably full infact I'm sure he is. Call him and see what he has going on. You will have a blast and learn alot about Washington Sea Ducks from Dave
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- Location: Western WA
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