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Avoiding conflict with duck hunters #14460689 08/27/22 08:35 AM
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I'll be fishing Redfish Bay the first week of duck season. Are the blinds in that area pretty occupied Opening Week or are people in other areas and/or deer hunting? I've never fished in November and want to avoid being peppered and yelled at if I accidentally pedal through someone's decoy spread.


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Re: Avoiding conflict with duck hunters [Re: Lindsey] #14460808 08/27/22 02:00 PM
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Just stay away from the plastic ducks.


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Re: Avoiding conflict with duck hunters [Re: Lindsey] #14462225 08/29/22 02:57 PM
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If the ducks don't swim away as you approach them they are probably not ducks.


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