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Recommendation for coastal guided hunt #5214358 07/23/14 03:38 AM
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I am looking to take a trip this year and do a guided hunt on the coast. Any part of the coast that would be best? Any recommended guides?

I have done guided hunts in north texas area but this will be a first and maybe the only chance I get. I would love to shot some very nice divers and maybe get lucky to shot a mottled duck. Any suggested time of year to try for a mottled duck?

Any help is appreciated.

Re: Recommendation for coastal guided hunt [Re: Roc] #5214559 07/23/14 11:11 AM
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Get in touch with Brandon Kendricks on this forum. He will get you set up on coastal birds. Ruffling feathers guide service.


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Re: Recommendation for coastal guided hunt [Re: Roc] #5214577 07/23/14 11:35 AM
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Whoever you go with, pick one that runs an airboat to get the full coastal experience. Focus on Port O' Connor to S. Padre.

Ruffling Feathers out of Port O seem to really stack the birds.

The further south you go, the more number of ducks you typically see. But, when it's all said and done, you can only shoot 2 redheads and 2 pintail anyways.

Mottled ducks are typically a gamble, unless a guide has access to a bunch of small freshwater areas to access for sneak attacks.


Re: Recommendation for coastal guided hunt [Re: Roc] #5215644 07/24/14 12:37 AM
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i want to do the same. it looks like a blast on those air boats

Re: Recommendation for coastal guided hunt [Re: Roc] #5215662 07/24/14 12:53 AM
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Thanks for the kind words. PM sent.


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Re: Recommendation for coastal guided hunt [Re: Roc] #5220238 07/27/14 02:18 AM
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On the coast, your 2 redheads are a certainty, they are crazy clouds of redheads down from POC down south to Corpus and Laguna Madre. Pintails are a pretty good shot. Bluebills probably. A Goldeneye maybe. Then depending on the time, area, availability of fresh water ponds close by, you can add teal and other puddle ducks.

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