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Help with waterfowl honey hole #2623971 10/01/11 01:26 AM
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I have a great honey hole that I have been hunting for several years. My father owns the property and is filling the ground around it with fresh dirt and bringing land out of flood plain. There is not much cover how is this going to effect my hunting?? I can post pictures to show you what I am talking about.


Re: Help with waterfowl honey hole [Re: rockman6] #2624143 10/01/11 02:50 AM
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Post some pix!!!


Re: Help with waterfowl honey hole [Re: Guy] #2624779 10/01/11 02:29 PM
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Lease I'm on has a simliar issue. Not much cover around, so we tried layout blinds last year.

I think we did about as good as we did other years, as the layouts even grassed out, just didn't look natural.

One of the other guys on the lease and I have talked about how to create some natural cover. Want to build some portalble blinds, but still have it look not so out of place.



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Pit blind...


Re: Help with waterfowl honey hole [Re: Navasot] #2625033 10/01/11 05:35 PM
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X2 on the lay-outs. Hunted last year in N. Tx with a guide that used them all the time. No cover around the stock tank we hunted and the bireds came in no problem



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