Travel Plans for the 2021-22 Hunting Season

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Travel Plans for the 2021-22 Hunting Season

Postby SpinnerMan » Wed Mar 10, 2021 1:21 pm

Doesn't have to be travel, but what are your big plans for next year?

My first big plan is an East Coast sea duck hunting trip. We were going to do this last season but with Covid, we decided to stay within a days driver for our annual diver/sea duck trip. Hopefully, we can make this happen this year. Last we talked about it we were leaning towards Maine. Long Island looked way too expensive. We'd pay more in hotels than we did for our entire trips in the past.

I used to take a spring snow goose trip. Got burned out on that a couple years ago. This year I'm spending that money on some fishing trips instead.

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I've floated the idea of a DIY trip this year maybe to ND. I want to do two trips. We have everything we need but the dog. I really need to make friends with somebody that has a dog that hunts ducks and upland birds. None of my regular hunting buddies have a useful dog :(

If I am able to continue to work from home, I am going to try hunting some public land during the week. I was going to give it a try this year, but with all the bucks I was seeing on my camera and how few ducks were being taken. I was far happier sitting in a tree stand hoping for a buck than sitting in a blind hoping for a duck. As it turned out I got neither buck nor duck which did suck.
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Re: Travel Plans for the 2021-22 Hunting Season

Postby Duck Engr » Wed Mar 10, 2021 1:45 pm

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