I currently live in Adrian Michigan right now, I goto college at Siena Heights university. I duck hunt in Monroe county, which includes Lake Erie & Pointe Moullie which I love it there. Has anyone ever hunted out that way? :getdown:
Never hunted in that area, but when I was in collage at U of D I used to take some friends down there to the gun club and shoot trap when we had a couple extra $. Fun times. Hooked more than one guy on shooting and hunting. :thumbsup:
Hey how is the Saginaw bay hunting ? do you see other people around you hunting or is there so much water everyone gets their own spot. Out at Pointe Moullie its packed with hunters and almost everyone shares each others blocks of deks. Which kinda sucks....... :thumbsdown:
wow, thats really nice. Is there certain spots where you can and can't hunt? what about the water does it get rough and choppy, how far of a boat ride is it to your normal hunting area? sorry for all the questions, it would just be nice to expand my area of waters. Thanks :thumbsup:
Don't know if this thread is still active....I live in Manistee and hunt along the Big Manistee River, Tippy Dam, and many small lakes and ponds. We take a trip up to Munuscong Bay each fall - see more birds there.
I hit all 3 openers, and hunt every weekend, and take my vacations during duck season. I hunt everywhere from Whitefish Bay to Lake Erie, From Grand Traverse Bay to Lake St. Claire, From Drummond Island to Saginaw Bay, From Nayanquing Point to Fish Point, From an "un-named" lake in Alpena County to an "un-named" river in Grand Traverse County... plus a BUNCH of Honey Holes right here at home.
I've got a 21' Tender and a Mighty Layout Boys SuperMag layout boat, I carve my own decoys, and burlap and paint my Herters, A 14' Boat/blind combo set on a 14' jon witha 70" beam, a Canoe....
I'm guessing somewhere in the range of 15 dozen decoys live with me, along with my YLF, Ginger, adn my BLF, Raven....
Hi, My name's Chip, and I'm a duckaholic..... :hammering:
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