North Carolina Black Bear or Duck Swan in Hyde County

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  1. landman

    landman Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    Just fishing around for something different or cool I have not done.

    Hunts only, no fishing. Willing to trade duck/swan around Lake Mattamuskeet/Hyde County or big black bear in same area for????

    Prefer eastern 1/3 of US at least for this year. Would consider western hunt in the future. Big game/birds. No turkey, got plenty of them.
     
  2. quackerduck

    quackerduck Senior Refuge Member

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    EASTERN SHORE MD black ducks,scoter later in season cans, early woodies, hava a 17 ft boat with pop up blind. :tu
     
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    fowlplaya22 Senior Refuge Member

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  4. Dean Nelson

    Dean Nelson Moderator Goose Hunting/North Dakota Moderator

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    How big are you bears?
     
  5. Bluedog

    Bluedog Elite Refuge Member

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    VERY. Weight wise, Eastern NC bears are among the biggest in North America. Pretty common to hear of bears over 500 lbs being killed. State record bear weighed 880lbs. Landman has some prime territory if you are interested and I don't have a dog in the fight.
     
  6. nalley1952

    nalley1952 Elite Refuge Member

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    How about a whitetail or sika hunt in MD?
     
  7. teamoutlaw

    teamoutlaw Elite Refuge Member

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    if you ever wanna come to west ky let me know. got plenty of mallards and gadwalls in flooded green timber, and snows blues and specks in the fields.
     

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