Next fall destination hunt?

Discussion in 'Wisconsin Flyway Forum' started by Anderchuck, Jan 11, 2015.

  1. Chenhyperborea

    Chenhyperborea Elite Refuge Member

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    MA/RI Eider - Longtail hunt

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    Or, a North Carolina Tundra Swan hunt over decoys and a Sea Duck hunt in the famed Pamlico Sound.
    My wife and I combined these hunts with incredible vacations.

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  2. lax

    lax Elite Refuge Member

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    I've always wondered how hunting in the state of Washington would be.
     
  3. RingneckSlayer

    RingneckSlayer Elite Refuge Member

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    Scoters, barrows, harlies and squaw.
     
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    icebreaker12 Elite Refuge Member

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    If vacation time is no issue, I would avoid the holidays. Significantly less pressure.
     
  5. phan6622

    phan6622 Elite Refuge Member

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    Washington has excellent hunting opportunities over the whole state. Seaducks on the coast yes.. But also lots of wigeon pintail and mallard opportunities.
    I hunted public tidal marshes there a couple days and it was an awesome time.. Saw 1000'/s of puddle ducks.
     
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  7. Chenhyperborea

    Chenhyperborea Elite Refuge Member

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    Only allowed 1 Harli / per season in Washington
     
  8. RingneckSlayer

    RingneckSlayer Elite Refuge Member

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    Only place in the lower 48 that really has hunt able numbers too. And Alaska you are only allowed 4.

    Yes lots of puddlers in WA too but he said he's looking for something you don't really shoot here.
     
  9. Chenhyperborea

    Chenhyperborea Elite Refuge Member

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    Yes, I know .... then go to Alaska for King Eider and Harliquins, just stating a fact. I suggested two locales that my wife and I had incredible hunts at. Honestly, I could careless where anyone goes, I'm too busy planning my hunting and fly fishing trips for the year.
     
  10. goosenazi

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    The last month of the season almost every bird I shoot in wi is colored up. As far as variety u can shoot most species pretty easily here also. Try different areas in wi.

    The possibilities for a trip are nearly endless. U need to figure out what u would like to go after.
     

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