Well, a good bud just moved to Jonesboro, so we're looking at finally fulfilling a lifelong dream of mine. Shooting greenheads & woodies in timber. Been doing some research, been learning a lot, but I wanted to ask some experts some very vague, non-specific questions. 1. If a guy were to try this with a 15' jon boat and 15hp outboard, is it doable? Or is a longtail a requirement? 2. On a scale of 1-10, how hard is a DIY hunt on, say, DD if I have NO IDEA where I'm going and jut winging it? Is there cell phone service (AT&T) so I can follow my gps, or do I need to refresh my compass skills? 3. I've hunted MN rice and beaver ponds (basically, smaller flooded timber), North and South Dakota fields and potholes, big water Texas coast divers and Texas coastal slough puddlers and had pretty good success at all of it. What I'm trying to say is, I'm not a novice. Think I can pick up what to look for on these educated, end-of-the-line mallards? 4. How do you find these holes in the timber? Just sit in the river channel your first morning, watch ducks and their flight patterns, and start hoofing it? Or just randomly walk through the flooded woods and hope you find something? I'm sure I'll think of a few more, but that's all I gots for now. Thanks a ton for any help!