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I have lived in the Boise area for the last 6 years but am just now getting into waterfoul hunting. I have mostly hunted upland birds but have always wanted to get into waterfoul. I am looking for someone to go hunting with, i have great gun safety skills and respect for the land along with all the necessary equipment such as camo, waders etc. just no boat, decoys or dog. I am willing to drive, pay for gas and help setup blinds or help out with any nature preservation efforts. If anybody needs an extra hunting partner or wants to give tips on hunting locations it would be extremely appreciated. I am a younger guy (25) and consider myself very easy going
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I am not from the Boise area butt i have a good friend that is. He also is starting out in hunting waterfowl in that area also upland. I myself am from the Twin Falls area and dont make it up there that much cause we do most of our hunting down this way. To tell you the truth it is getting harder to find spots to hunt anywhere.But if you make it down this way shoot me a pm and maybe we can lower the goose population in this area
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- Location: Kimberly, Idaho
I herd fort boise is pretty good out by nysa but it gets hunted hard. i went out to lake lowell cause its close to my house all the mallards are out far away from shore so if had a boat it would be good. i got a couple wood ducks and teal by low fly bys but never could decoy any.
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I'm new to the area and just getting back into waterfowling. If anyone is in need of a hunting partner, I'm game. I have my own equipment and solid firearms skills.
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- Location: Boise, ID
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