Hard for me to do this as a hardcore waterfowler but I am new to the area and have had a busy fall starting my career and moving my family. I moved to Hayden in august and was a lifelong Minnesotan. Started ducking hunting with my dad when I was 4 and carried a gun every year since I was 11. Grew up hunting small lakes in central MN and also got into goose hunting off and on pretty big. I left most of my stuff behind in MN, 200+ floaters, field rig, layouts, etc, as I don't have a shop here yet. Didn't buy any big game tags since I am a NR until march but have my small game license. The issue is I haven't figured the area out yet and without a boat or much time to explore the fall is wasting away. If anyone is wanting to fill a seat (field, pond, lake, river, boat, whatever) I'd love to tag along. I've a true duck hunter who loves the misery of slogging decoys and blinds through hip deep mud in driving sleet with the hopes of seeing a few. Also, where I come from stealing a guys spot is worse than stealing his wife (or dog). My best friends from my last location in Mn were guys I met through hunting. We still text every day. They are smashing the geese and putting bucks on the ground and I'm raking leaves (again). I saw piles of ducks and geese on pend oreille and plan to get a phowler with a surface drive in the next two years. Gotta figure out the shop first. Crazy number of birds up there just before Halloween. Looked like North Dakota.