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Spikeidji

Manitoba or Sask. Do it yourself trip.

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Spikeidji

Looking at possibly forgoing the usual ND trip to try a Manitoba or Sask. Duck/Goose hunting trip. Any Idea's or help as to direction to look? Primarily a boat Duck Guy but can Field hunt too. Any Recommendations are welcome.

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fishin5

Went to Brandon, Manitoba for quite a few years. Tons of Snows and Greenheads

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snowgoose

Brandon would be a good place to start. There is alot of water in that area. Good for ducks and Geese. I drive through there on my way to Sask. I have always wanted to make a trip there.
It was very dry there last year. If they have gotten rain since then I would say to give that area a try.

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Swamp Scooter

I have been going to Sask . for the last 5 years and have always used a guide. Not too much money and they hvae all the decoys and blinds. it is 3 full days of 100% guided hunts for waterfowl and upland game. I just got an update on the rain and conditions. Looks good for the eastern part of Sask but still dry out west a bit. There letter to us stated that there would be a lot harder time for on your own trips getting access to land.

I have more specifics if you want. weyer003@umn.edu

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