I live in the same area as you and completely agree with the statement on Seminole it has gotten way outta hand. But I have a small amount of knowledge about habitat and duck management. Depending on where your land is will make a difference in wether it produces great yields or not so much. Being that it is fairly close to Seminole is a great thing. Have you seen many ducks in the specific area your gonna have your impoundment and how close are you the river? Short explanation in my opinion ducks follow landmarks such as rivers and the closer the better... The further you are from these things in my opinion is gonna determine how well you do with a small area. It doesn't nessasarly mean it isn't gonna produce though. Also just incase your not familar , you would only be able to hunt the flooded area maybe a month or two. Reason being is because what ever food source you plant is gonna eventually go bad after a decent amount of time flooded. Around here I think your gonna do better planting rice , soybeans , peanuts or some sort of smartweed of moist soil habitat. The bigger area you have the better the migrators or gonna be able to see it. The thing about leaving the decoys out in my opinion is probably not gonna help you that much more. If they are gonna use then they will but I think that may hurt you when you try to hunt it. Good luck and hope it all works out for you. It wouldn't be a waste of time and I'm sure it would be well worth it if done right for this area. There are a lot of people with a lot more.knowledge than me that you could search for and they could help you out too.
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