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    State lands for Duck Hunting?

    Looking to break into duck hunting this fall...anyone have suggestions or advice and places to explore?

    Thanks!

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    lol better off asking for some ones wife

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    The last few years, everyone has become a duck hunter. The sky busters have turned seasoned duck hunters into even more secretive and weary than usual. I suggest you first learn duck hunting etiquette before ever putting on a duck commander shirt or a sticker on your barrel. Eventually you'll understand why very few if any will reach out to you. Sorry, this the only real advice I have for you. It might help to tell others what area you're in. You seem enthusiastic and sincere in your posts. Good luck.

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    oh boy, I can hear the tear drops hitting the floor already

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    Quote Originally Posted by ducati View Post
    The last few years, everyone has become a duck hunter. The sky busters have turned seasoned duck hunters into even more secretive and weary than usual. I suggest you first learn duck hunting etiquette before ever putting on a duck commander shirt or a sticker on your barrel. Eventually you'll understand why very few if any will reach out to you. Sorry, this the only real advice I have for you. It might help to tell others what area you're in. You seem enthusiastic and sincere in your posts. Good luck.
    comming from a guy who has never killed a turkey
    My only fear is never reaching my pinnacle

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    Hey!! Turkey eggs count! !
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    Any WMA that has water on it.............................Ducks like water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whitetail crzy View Post
    comming from a guy who has never killed a turkey
    What's that got to do with anything French model?

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    Two spots I have had some success at have been the Stone Tavern Lake at the Asumpink WMA east of Trenton and the one in Tuckerton, the causeway going far out into the bay. The latter is pretty shallow water so it's not a problem to wade out and set up decoys, and pick up dropped ducks, and there is a boat launch if you have a small boat. I have sometimes used that boat to go to some small islands and puddle jump mallards. When you come up on them they spring into the air like pheasants from a grain field. Most of the time I do not get anything but I enjoy just being out at both places. Different terrain, same good feelings.
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    X2 For Assunpink WMA. It has three lakes to hunt ducks and I have killed ducks at all three. There is alot of shoreline to hunt from on these lakes, it does see alot of hunting pressure though. As someone has stated before it is alot of fun to puddle jump there.

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