Give me some ideas/thoughts/things that worked/things that didn't work when cleaning up a timber hole. We have an old hole that is about 65x35 yards in some willows, ironwood, ash with a few oak trees. The edges have become thick with new growth, but the center has been bushhogged and has some barnyard and sprangletop growing. We can plant millet and might. Water is controlled and will be about a foot deep during the season. I know the old adage of "build it and they will come" does not apply to ducks, but we have ducks in the immediate vicinity and 10 years ago, the prior owners killed lots of ducks in this hole. But the ducks have not been using it much at all over the past 5 or so years. We've thought about getting a mulcher in there to clear out the edges and open the woods some. Any thoughts? Thanks.