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    Default Kenai River Drift for Ducks

    Im Looking to do a duck hunt on the Kenai river this year. Anyone have any advise on which section to float what to bring? Should I plan on pulling off and setting up decoys or just float it and shoot what's available?

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    I would be realy interested to see how you do. I was up there a few years back and saw TONS of birds while we were floating and fishing. It made my trigger finger twitch because I guess the season was open at the time. I am hoping to get up and do that hunt myself soon.

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    I have herd stories about hooking up with monster bows and taking down ducks all in one afternoon. I believe some one called it "cast and blast". Sounds like a good time, especially when drifting from hole to hole.

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    Cast



    and Blast



    Cast



    and Blast





    just about the most fun a guy can have with his pants on....
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    pull my finger....

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    Default yap, about two mile down from Skilack lake.

    pull off to the left and 6 decoys work just fine.
    Look out for bears, tracks are always around - and they are big.
    Never combined fishing and birding, but what the heck. It can be done.
    Have a great time.
    If you need more info, just let me know.
    might be able to give Lat. and Long.

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