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  1. salthunter

    salthunter Moderator Moderator

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    Do you get to put them in next year?
    I use to hunt west of Perry, out Willard spur, and my own little island on the Reeder flow
     
  2. Aunt Betty

    Aunt Betty Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    35 years ago my dad was member of a club that had upland game hunts and ducks too. We did shoots where they released birds that had to fly over trees and we tree topped em heading for the pond.

    For extra you could use a 'sink box'. A submerged pit type of deal in the pond. Pen raised birds.
    ive never seen anything like it since
     
  3. bustsducks

    bustsducks Elite Refuge Member

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    Salt they are now illegal put in on State Sovereign Lands. So basically anywhere on the GSL. They have made Willard Spur into a State WMA. Which is a good thing so far. Hopefully being a WMA will help fight against the water grab from the bear river. I would think the two clubs Pintail & Willard will be out of business soon now they can't put permanent blinds on state ground. I'm surprised something hasn't happened on the Spur like what did at Reelfoot.
     
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    I don’t know of anyplace around here that does ducks . But a friend of mine in Minnesota was involved with a club similar to what you describe ducks and pheasant . Ducks released going back to pond ect ect
     
  5. salthunter

    salthunter Moderator Moderator

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    Thats good its a WMA. Good place. Generally had 500 acres to my self.
    I heard that last week about state lands
    I lived a lot of my life between Willard bay and the BRBR
    Some ways too bad because it was nice to have pits on the mud flats. But Some of those "clubs " had it coming. I had permission from the Private landowners , sometimes caused a riff with the airboat clubs until I saved some guys life ( fear had taken over any sense he had.)
    Hmm the old Perry club had pits on state lands,..
     
  6. salthunter

    salthunter Moderator Moderator

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    I got a couple coffins to sell!:sp
     

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