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Duck Leases? #5482663 12/17/14 05:53 AM
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I know I'm asking a season in advance, but a group of my buddies and I are wanting to find a good duck lease for next season and I wanted to start researching well in advance. I've never had a lease as I've been lucky to have access to family land and all but nothing that has any serious duck activity. With my pup in traing now I'm wanting to find something excellent for next season. I figured this would be a great place to ask for recommendations as to where and how one would begin researching for a duck lease. Preferably within 1-2hrs of Dallas, but more importantly, like most on here I'm sure, we'd like to find something with lots of fowl even if it means traveling a little further. I want to make sure I can line up a good spot for next season so I can get my dog some good experience. Any and all recommendations are much appreciated!

This would be for a group of about 4-6+. I do have a boat with a blind but it's an outboard ie no mud motor., but boat access isn't mandatory either. I know Oklahoma is hot right now, but open for anything East Tx etc. not looking for small quick hunt tanks, more so slews and wetland.... The real deal.

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Re: Duck Leases? [Re: Bosshog64] #5483140 12/17/14 03:28 PM
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Good luck on that one, they're tougher to find than a deer lease !!

Re: Duck Leases? [Re: Bosshog64] #5483151 12/17/14 03:33 PM
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The ones left over gonna be very high $ or a scam.
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