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guy100

Duck Hunting Late October

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guy100

Me and a couple buddies are planning a trip to LOW for some late season duck hunting. Was wondering what we would need to bring, if we can hunt from shore (don't have a big enough boat to bring along), and where we should go on the MN side of the lake, not looking for anyone's secret spot, just a general area we should start scouting. Any help would be greatly appreciated.<P>Thanks Anthony

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lichen fox

You should be able to get out with a small boat, even a jon boat in the zipple bay area... check out zipple bay resort or zipple bay state park!

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Wild Thing

<BR> There's very little opportunity if you don't have a big water boat. You can hunt from shore, especially islands, but you have to have a boat to get there. You may want to pick an area of inland swamps rather than the big water, unless someone else has an idea of walk-to hunting on the lake.<BR> Late October weather can be cold, snow and big winds.<BR> Good luck!<BR>

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LOWguy

Cold front coming tommorrow. The first big flocks of snows just left sat. right now we need some new birds. But as I look out my window there is still alot of water chickens (coots)on bostic bay. As for aspot late oct. with the right weather 4 mile bay can offer some excellent diver hunting. Like any where in MN timing is everything. p.s. heading out in the morning sould know more then. LOWguy

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LOWguy

Just got in from bostic. Nice bag of Mallards, Rinngnecks, and Lesser Scaups.Still a lot of pudlers around. Some migration but not alot.

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