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Welcome aboard Arrowrapsunlimited, :welcome:This time of year it is increasingly iced up in the inland areas.Bigger rivers and the salt marshes are your best bet.Merrymeeting bay and Scarborough marsh are the biggest salt marshes in the vicinity.
 

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Hello! and welcome to the Maine chat. Nice to have another NEW participant!

Take a look at some of the previous posts on this page and you will note they contain a fair amount of information concerning hunting in your area.
 

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ARROWWRAPS: I TO AM FROM GORHAM. GOT TO TRAVEL FOR ANY GOOD DUCKHUNTING. ALTHOUGH, SOME SPOTS IN THIS TOWN LOOK GOOD FOR EARLY SEASON, MOST PEOPLE IN THIS TOWN DONT LIKE US. AND ARE AGAINST US HUNTING ANYWHERE NEAR THIER LAND. BUT I AM GLAD TO SEE ANOTHER DUCKHUNTER IN TOWN.
 

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welcome arrow...I am next door in Buxton....there are some good areas within a half hour...although I do alot more waterfowling in NH....but our local resources are pretty good bets for either seaducks or puddlers. Usually best in early season due to freshwater freezing up in alot of the inland marshes and ponds, but there are a couple spotsa real close that offer stream hunting - especially in last hour of hours! Took me quite awhile to find the right spots though.
 

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redleg hunter, I live off of 202 and there is a guy that has horses right across from acorn street. This guy has a mud puddle right on 202 and every morning when I take my stepdaughter to the bus stop I see around 20-30 mallards flying in to this little puddle. It kills me that there is nothing I can do about it. What a tease... I live right on the river and these duck fly right over it. What would be the best way to see if the duck are comming from the river.
DUKHTR, Where are those spots you found. Would you mind helping me out a little. If not I understand. But if you don't mind e-mail me so you don't tell the whole world. here is my e-mail [email protected]
 

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arrow: try looking around Dundee river area off River rd. Windham. Not sure about the dwelling situation . its a good river to put a canoe in at north gorham pond at the dam on north gorham rd. do you live on Acorn st.??
 

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Exactly right behind Mayberry. Yes I do have deer BUT, They are there at 11pm and 4am . I had a trail cam set up in 2 spots and those were the times they were moving. I was thinking of scouting the river that I live next to. Think it's worth it?
 

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I HAVE SOME FRIENDS THAT HUNT IT AND DO WELL. A GUY IKNOW IS ONE OF THE MANAGERS AT ***** SPORTING GOODS GOT AN 8 POINTER OUT THERE 2 WEEKS AGO. EARLY SEASON ON DUCKS IVE SEEN A FEW WOOD DUCKS ON THE RIVER THERE WHILE I WAS BIRD HUNTING.
 

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Tons of duck hunting in NY. Open water and puddlers. I knew where to go so it was easy for me to go when and where I wanted with no problems. Up here I am new so I don't know crap. I kinda feel lost. I will get use to it. I just have to do some homework thats all.
 
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