Seaductor wrote:I'm all about guys building blinds unless you're like the Jerks who built one out in the middle of the marsh in Clary Lake several years ago and positioned it to screw everyone else from hunting except them. There were several blinds along the shore evenly spaced and these dudes paddled out, drove poles in the middle of a 150 yard wide marsh and built a blind.
Also you should be prepared to find someone else in your blind if you're one of those guys who paddles in 5 minutes before legal!!
As far as you getting your canoe to spots that no one else can get too!! I could show you some where my mudboat will go that you'd never reach in your canoe without packing a lunch!!!
Good luck hunting with the kids!! It's something that once you've started a tradition with them that you can do year after year when they are grown up!!
My boys duck hunt with me every year and I'm anxiously awaiting the time when my Grandson is old enough to come along!
Seaductor wrote:Too bad that marsh is pretty well shot access wise! I hate the inconsiderate jerks who leave decoys out all season. I had a friend in California who painted one Guys decoys that were left out.
Pink mallards didn't pull worth a crap!
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