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#5847198 - 07/24/15 09:37 PM Duck Boating
scot Offline
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Registered: 01/17/08
Posts: 8315
Loc: Weatherford
I have been thinking about a duck boat so I can hunt the lake across the road from the farm. Never have killed more than a couple ducks per hunt at the farm and figure the lake might bring more possibilities.

My biggest question is about setup. My understanding is the lake just has a 600 yard from houses rules but wasn't sure about just kayaking to a spot on the lake and using a layout or buying a flat bottom with a blind and setting up from the boat.

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#5847916 - 07/25/15 03:06 PM Re: Duck Boating [Re: scot]
Guy Offline
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Registered: 12/06/05
Posts: 27261
Loc: Lake X
I would not mess with trying to set up from the boat. Just use the boat to get to your spot, hide it, and set up in cover... I like to use $6 dove stool at Academy, cut the pouch off so it does not hold water, drill a few holes in the bottom rail so water drains out.





You can also use the stool for a layout blind..


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#5852819 - 07/28/15 09:47 PM Re: Duck Boating [Re: scot]
Astater Offline
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Registered: 06/10/11
Posts: 607
Loc: Forney, TX
I'm with Guy...I have a boat and my stool is much more useful.
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