cam liden wrote:We have the a good pick for the reserved hunt on November 8th. I've never hunted hovey before tho. Can anybody tell me what areas are good, and will I need a boat blind or can you stand in the water?
cam liden wrote:Would a canoe work? Or do you have to hunt out of the boat too. I'm wondering if we can paddle to the spot and then hide the canoe and make a little blind
Black Smoke wrote:Where are the 4 good spots on the lake where you need a boat for January time frame if the lake isn't frozen? Anyone had past experience?
Underradar wrote:Well, its sad really. One day he's happily posting pics of road killed coyotes he posed as if he shot them, the next, he's stomped down the shower drain like a soft turd.
Black Smoke wrote:Got ya. I have an 18 ft boat with a 40 hp outboard what is my best bet on the spots to go? or even if I had to wade and stand next to a tree? Is it wadable?
Black Smoke wrote:so in other words take it nice and easy anywhere i drive to on the lake and make sure to have a couple lights?
sruss01 wrote:Definitely still trying to learn.
hankyorke wrote:sruss01 wrote:Definitely still trying to learn.
Buy two keep one on you when you're in the field.
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