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Thread: Waterfowling 101 - Par 4, Putting it all together

  1. #11
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    Re: Waterfowling 101 - Par 4, Putting it all together

    Hey Ian, thank you for the Waterfowling 101, it was exactly what I was looking for. One of the things I enjoyed most, surprisingly, was the how far away should you set-up from someone 250-400 yards and all the homework. Having no previous experience I really look forward to getting out this fall and even if I don't get anything I'm sure I'll enjoy being out in the marsh.

    I don't have a trained dog or a boat, but I don't plan on being anywhere that I wouldn't be able to walk in waders but your tips and tricks were exactly what I was looking for. This is definitely the step in the right direction I was looking for, much apprecciated! Best of luck this upcoming season and those to come

    for anyone looking for the links to the other waterfowling 101 posts
    Part 1 - http://www.huntingbc.ca/forum/showth...etting-started
    Part 2 - http://www.huntingbc.ca/forum/showth...art-2-Scouting
    Part 3 - http://www.huntingbc.ca/forum/showthread.php?15288-Waterfowling-101-part-3-%96-Riggin%92-out

  2. #12
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    Re: Waterfowling 101 - Par 4, Putting it all together

    Thanks for reviving these posts. Good to see knowledge from the ancient days of 2007 being preserved and I'm only joking a little bit. I liked the tip about the furthest decoy being the marker for the edge of your range.

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