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HUMBOLDT HUNTER said:
Does anybody know of any flooded timber in California that is public to hunt on? If so let me know because that is something that I really wanna try. Thanks.
The public can hunt here, but it aint free (if that is where you were going with that)

And it is way down south....About 20 minutes from Disney Land....

In Corona, CA.

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HUMBOLDT HUNTER said:
Ive heard of a place down there in that area it is probably the same place is it any good? Or do you know of any placew in Northern Cal? Im not to worried about having to pay money to hunt.
When the birds are down...it is absolutely amazing (read the second part of my sig). It was slow wednesday much like the rest of the area (down south). However, every weekend so far, it has been better than I have done here in Sacramento. Tomorrow I hope to do better with these North Winds we are supposed to have =)

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The blinds areas in the NW corner of the Little Dry Creek wildlife area have tree lines making it somewhat flooded timber.

When the Sutter bypass floods, there's lots of flooded timber to be had but you need a boat to access it.
 

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I have encountered some areas in the Delta System, that with high enough waters "may" qualify as flooded timber. Now I certainly am not a biologist, but I'd venture to call it "inundated riparian" habitat.

I do know for certain however, that in the aforementioned flooded trees last season we kicked a bunch of woodies out of it.

Who knows - If the water is high enough, lord knows Ill take a stab at it.
 

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You could try the back end of Black Butte Lake. I know you can hunt there and there is a lot of flooded timber. I used to fish there a lot and there are plenty of ducks. It's a little out of the fly way tho.
 

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Humbolt Hunter's last post on this thread was 2004, I think maybe he doesn't visit this forum anymore?
 
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