Arkansas timber hunting for canvasbacks

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Arkansas timber hunting for canvasbacks

Postby ARduckboy24 » Tue Jul 23, 2013 6:37 pm

Id like to trade some Arkansas green timber hunting for a canvasback hunt. Within the next few years. Wouldn't like for it to be to long of a drive like Maryland and New York that area.
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Re: Arkansas timber hunting for canvasbacks

Postby wigeon » Sun Sep 28, 2014 3:17 am

I have a pretty decent canvasback spot in North Louisiana.... Lets hear about what you have to offer in Arkansas
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Re: Arkansas timber hunting for canvasbacks

Postby Kovach » Sat Jul 25, 2015 5:02 pm

Ohio river hunt text me if interested 740-707-1203
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Re: Arkansas timber hunting for canvasbacks

Postby Romo » Mon Aug 03, 2015 7:07 pm

I have a SW La duck hunt. Not many canvasbacks, but excellent marsh hunting in the morning and redfishing in the afternoon.
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Re: Arkansas timber hunting for canvasbacks

Postby RNT_MAN » Wed Aug 12, 2015 8:29 pm

I commute back and forth to Arkansas a few times per year to hunt and wouldn't mind picking up some new hunting buddies in green timber country to swap with. I hunt Western Kentucky, Southern Illinois, and Southeast Missouri. I have a big water rig that we use to hunt the big water in Kentucky and on the Ohio/Mississippi River. We regularly kill cans, bluebills, and goldeneyes from layout blinds and layout boats. I am just north of Nashville, Tn if you would be interested in swapping a hunt or two this year. Shoot me a pm and we can chat.
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Re: Arkansas timber hunting for canvasbacks

Postby ARduckboy24 » Mon Aug 31, 2015 9:59 pm

perrydave wrote:How does it feel when you were able to hunt more ducks in a certain area? What kind of shotgun or guns to use that is very good for shooting ducks? Isn't it difficult to hunt wild ducks?

It feels good to have a "honey hole" I use a browing maxus 12ga and yes duck huntin is hard
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Re: Arkansas timber hunting for canvasbacks

Postby DWRohrig » Thu Nov 19, 2015 7:20 am

Hello,
I live in Virginia and we usually do pretty well with the Cans every year. I'd be more than happy to trade a hunt some time. Let me know what you have in mind. I have dozens of pictures I can send you, shoot me your email and I'll send them your way.
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