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    Hey guys, I moved up here last year from Nebraska, and I'm a die hard waterfowler. But I haven't got to do any up here because I dont have the gear up. I've always wanted to hunt sea ducks and I didn't know if anyone would be interested in swapping a sea duck hunt of a Nebraska waterfowl trip, either fall/winter duck or Canada hunt or a spring snow goose hunt. I have all the land access a person could hunt and all the equipment.
    I run anywhere to 24 to 100 duck floaters and 3 doz Canadian floaters for water spreads and 100 full Canada full bodies and 24 full body mallard decoys for dry field hunting and around 2000 snow goose decoys in the spring. Not to brag, just want to let you know you should get a good hunt. If your interested pm me and we can try working out some dates!
    Thanks for your time

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    Looks like a great opportunity. Might have to drive a bit to get some seaducks from Fairbanks...but if you can make it down to Anchortown..either myself or members of our organization can hook you up. We do allot of seaduck hunting later in the year when the marshes lock up.

    I hunted and guided Kansas for close to ten years..know all about the birds in the Midwest.. yes, you will miss them as well...

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    Actually I moved to anchorage this summer. So we might be able to make something work

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    Then shoot me an email at email below. I know we will be having some members get together this fall and chase seaducks either in homer or out of whitter a few times..to many love it not too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by prohunter30 View Post
    Hey guys, I moved up here last year from Nebraska, and I'm a die hard waterfowler. But I haven't got to do any up here because I dont have the gear up. I've always wanted to hunt sea ducks and I didn't know if anyone would be interested in swapping a sea duck hunt of a Nebraska waterfowl trip, either fall/winter duck or Canada hunt or a spring snow goose hunt. I have all the land access a person could hunt and all the equipment.
    I run anywhere to 24 to 100 duck floaters and 3 doz Canadian floaters for water spreads and 100 full Canada full bodies and 24 full body mallard decoys for dry field hunting and around 2000 snow goose decoys in the spring. Not to brag, just want to let you know you should get a good hunt. If your interested pm me and we can try working out some dates!
    Thanks for your time
    Might be interested if it doesn't work out with duckhunter1

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    Buck.. I have no desire to travel back east and hunt anthing...so feel free to link up with him. I offered to take him duckhunting and could care less about chasing anymore deer or turkeys etc.

    Sounds like he has the hookups back there..
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    Hey buck I'm interested in hunting ducks. As often and with as many people as possible. Shoot me a email and we can see if we can line up a date. clint07sejkora@hotmail.com

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    Buck has all the good spots..
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