Hunting at Home: A Western Feel

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    Looks awesome, wood duck paradise. Reminds me of a place I used to hunt.

  • Dane's avatar

    @Brian the wood ducks are thick in that area. Thankfully with it being close to the Mississippi River and several local clubs, it holds decent numbers of big ducks throughout the year with minimal pressure.

  • Brian's avatar

    The area I used to hunt was right next to the Mississippi river, the farmer sold it though and the persons who bought it drained and bulldozed everything there to make more farm ground, its a shame when big corporations buy up ground and ruin the wildlife habitat.

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    @Dane

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    @Brian that’s a shame. Happens way too often. There’s a ton of river bottom ground that has turned that route around here. Most of the hunting ground that is left from those areas are all leased or hunted by big corporate groups from out of state.

  • Brian's avatar

    @Dane same here,and I can't afford what they get for a lease so I stick to public ground anymore, but your picture sure does bring back some wonderful memories. 👍

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Dane M

Kentucky

Hunter. Fisherman. Kentuckian. Farming and Grain Industry.

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