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West Brook and Storden area?

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I was just seeing if anyone has been hunting this area at all and if there are any ducks in the area? I have been hunting locally the past few weekends and I want to go a little farther west for a day! I am looking at 4 different lakes in that area and if anyone has any info about the area over there, it would be great to know! I just don't want to drive that for to go to a lake and not being able to access it because of unknown reasons! I'm looking at Long, Carey, Augusta, and Hurricane lakes! Like I said any info would be great!!!

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I'm a tad west of Westbrook. We haven't been seeing much for ducks. Lots of geese around, tho.

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Thanks for the info!!

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