Duck hunting for diver species like Canvasbacks, Redheads, Ringnecks, Eiders, Goldeneye and other diver ducks.
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hey guys i'm wondering if i should use my line of a doz bluebills in my early season hunt this weekend. there isn't a whole lot of divers around right now but they are ghg and really stand out what do you think.
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i don't think they will hurt because the mallards will come look if they can see the white on them. And then you could get a bonus diver but i would put the divers on a tail out or at the back of th spread.
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i would definitly stick em out. the more the merrier :salude:
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You said you have a few around that would be enough for me to put them out. If their just showing up that means they haven’t started to raft yet, they’re looking for their own kind, their also looking for feed and gravel
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