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Hi

We used to hunt the Bay of Quinty back in the 1960's--Some of the best hunting I have ever had.

The area has been so built-up with housing since,doubt it is still good.

Keep us posted on the hunting and your results--We all would like hear your results!

TOM

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I have hunted duck for acouple of years and found the best spot is just outside of where you want to go is Long Point on lake Erie, there is another place close to it I have only hunted it once and there is a notice board at the parking lot that has all the laws, and rules for hunting that marsh, I think it is called the Hun Marsh or Han Marsh something like that.
Anyway that might get you started, I have had good luck there,
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Hello there guyz, if your looking for the right place to have a good hunt , you all should come to where I'm from Walpole Isalnd , Ontario ,canada got some real good hunting over here . :thumbsup:
 

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Long point is probably one of the best spots for late season birds especially divers actually it is pretty good all season. Walpole Island is also good, which is out East of you if you are looking for a spot norht of Toronto How far north do you want to go and where abouts are you coming from ? I live about an hour and a half from Toronto and have never had trouble finding birds.Georgian Bay, Lake Simcoe , Lake Scugog Sturgeon Lake , Balsam Lake,Lake Couchichng,Hullet Marsh, Tiny Marsh. Also there is some of the best Canada goose hunting around less than a hour north of Toronto. People always think you need to go to northern more remote towns to find birds I have had many of the best years of goose hunting just north of the city,the birds stay there year round and come in by the hundreds lots of giant Canadas. Contact me if you are close to the city
 
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