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Have hunted it twice. Both times the water level changed every hour or so. Leaving your decoys in no water or 3 foot of water. Then when it was time to go there was no water and had to wait or carry boat out. To much of a pain in the *** for me. Atleast a tide gives you 6 hours to play. Not 15 minutes then leaves you looking at decoys on dirt for 30 minutes. I could just thing if you waded in to a island and then the water came up and did not go back down that night. Take your camping gear :wink:. Plus with the water level rising and falling the lake has trash (logs, Sticks and Leave) everywhere.
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