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I live in the Poulsbo,WA area and I am very limited as to how far I can walk from disabilities. I don't have a large budget for hunting so I have been trying to hunt in my area but so far up to this time I haven't even been to a place where I can legaley shoot at ducks. Could any one please steer me in the right direction as to where I can hunt with some success. I don't mind driving up to 100 miles if the hunting is fair. If anyone is willing to buddy up for hunting I am for that also. Thanks in advance for any replys. oldhunter
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go to potholes, they have blinds set up with nice paths to them and everything for the disabled, the one I'm thinking about is off dodson road, and it is a pretty good spot.
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If you can make it over to snohomish county, Cherry Valley wildlife area offers disabled access with an accessible blind that you can reserve. Might want to give that a try. Not many ducks yet but it may pick up once the temperature drops, and the pheasant hunters are out of there.
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