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Where is a good place to go in box elder county to duck hunt? Is their ducks on the bear river?
 

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Or in cache county.
 

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katorade said:
Where is a good place to go in box elder county to duck hunt? Is their ducks on the bear river?
I think there's about three WMA's lined up North to South along the I-15 corridor and one reservoir that has been an item of discussion on here. If you get one of the Procs, it should have WMA's listed in it. Are there ducks on the Bear.... well, yeah, they're there but I have no idea where and I've never hunted it. I've only heard of guys who have.... 8)
 

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Ok thanks
 

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Salt Creek, Public Shooting Grounds and Bear River Bird Refuge....check out Cutler too..... There are guys on here who hunt all of those so you might get or have gotten some PM's by now. Good luck.... I'll be hunting Farmington and possibly trying out my legs on some of the areas up north.... :wink: If I make it up your way, you're more than welcome to come with... I'll shoot you a PM if I go.
 

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Bear river has some good place to get away from people. Just take any of the dikes out and then cut through some cattails and find a pot hole to hunt. Good luck. get out there and check some of this place out. so you know what youa re going in to in the dark.
 

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Ok i think i know where to go i might go with some friends that duck hunt and my dad on youth day so well see how it goes.
 

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Cool, make sure you take some pics and throw them up here after the youth hunt. Hope you have a great time and find some good areas for later!! 8)
 

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How do you put pictures up do you upload them?
 

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What I do is go to Photobucket.com. I set up an account there (its free) and you download your pictures from your computer to your photobucket account. Once they're on your Photobucket account, you have four "links under your picture. I click on the IMG link and then get on here. When you post, hit control V and that will paste the link in your post so when you put it on here, it shows your picture right in the post. I think somebody posted that you can put pictures on here right from your computer but I've not tried that since Photobucket is so easy for me to use.
 

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i have dial up and i have tried to download pictures before and it took forever. :x
 

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Ok thanks i just saw what i thought was a goose fly over my house so hopefully i will get one of them big boys.
 

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The Bear River has been very low all summer and the guys at the refuge have been playing water tag with what little water there has been. Instead of letting the water fill up one area and letting the moss and feed grow, they would just flood it and then move the water around. SO, there are NO ducks or geese on the refuge this year. Only about 2 inches of "new water" on unit 2, and some on unit three. Only shore birds to be seen.
Try Salt Creek, or the Public Shooting grounds. There are lots of ducks there, because the refuge is what it is. Sad.
Cache is another good place, but I make a point, EVERYONE is going to be on those three waters. A lesser hunted place is out to Locomotive Springs, but it too gets hit pretty hard on the opening weekend.

Good luck! Take a Duck to Lunch!
 

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Ok i will metion salt creek thanks
 
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