North Dakota

Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by redjackson, Dec 12, 2020.

  1. redjackson

    redjackson 8 pointer

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    My old man is knocking on 70 and want to go on one good guided duck/goose hunt. He has pond hunted with me some, Sloughs and finally got drawn for Ballard. Do any of you all suggest anyone? Would like to take him on a trip north but not stuck on just ND. Im a novice at best myself thats had decent luck with him but would love him to have a good destination hunt. Appreciate any ideas.
     
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  2. HeadedWest

    HeadedWest 8 pointer

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    Can’t help with North Dakota but if he enjoyed his time at sloughs, he’ll be happy anywhere.

    Joking aside, I hope you guys have a great trip with blacked out skies.
     
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  3. Bowfinger

    Bowfinger 10 pointer

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    Flooded green timber is the apex. Take him to Arkansas now. Next year may never come.
     
  4. BIGBONE

    BIGBONE Spike

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    If your looking for a top of the line outfit give Megan a call at Flatland Flyways in hecla South Dakota. We have been going out there for the last 5 years and they never disappoint. Great accommodations and the food is the best you will ever have anywhere. Most down to earth great people you will meet. 1 (605) 281-0860
     
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  5. Drahts

    Drahts 12 pointer

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    Have you drawn license 5 straight years? If so tell me your trick cause I've drawn once every 3 years in the last 8. I'll draw next year with 2 pts.
     
  6. Brsutton86

    Brsutton86 12 pointer

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    North Dakota is easy. Literally pick an area with potholes. Call a restaurant/store in that area and ask for hunting lodging #'s. Take a trailer full of gear. Hunt till noon and scout for 3-4 hours or so after that. Then return to camp, clean birds, eat rest and do it all over again. If you can't kill em in the the potholes up there you can't kill em anywhere.
     
  7. littletom

    littletom 8 pointer

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    Northern IL goose hunt 3 a day now. Lot closer drive set in a nice heated pit. Just a idea. Bunch outfits above I80
     

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