Bamaducks256 wrote:jack lowe yes there are a ton of people who hunt swan creek. and most of them will make you hate the sport but if you are committed to it and know what you are doing you can still kill decent numbers.
jaker wrote:Bamaducks256 wrote:jack lowe yes there are a ton of people who hunt swan creek. and most of them will make you hate the sport but if you are committed to it and know what you are doing you can still kill decent numbers.
yep, 9/10x that I've hunted there, I get more entertained by the jacklegs than I do from the hunting...
Creekmonster wrote:I've been hunting swan creek all season so if you still need a hunting partner just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I usually end up hunting alone because this is my first season and all my friends aren't interested in waking up at 3 am to walk in to a good spot, but on public land that's what you have to do unless you draw a blind.
That's not always true. I had 7 blinds draw this year and I killed just as many ducks out of my boat blind at swan creek this year than I did out of my blinds that drew this year. Killed 73 out of my boat and 76 out of my blinds.
Bamaducks256 wrote:Creekmonster I hunted out there mainly during the week but I hunted bout 6 days a week out there and I killed 4 of all those ducks out there on the raft on the river in my boat blind one day. Just some of the divers got up out of that raft and flew to close to the boat. But what road do you normally use. I use west dyke rd. if you ever see a grey lifted Chevy 2500hd with a winch on the front that's me.
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