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  1. summerjack

    summerjack Elite Refuge Member

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    I have trip coming up to the Nashville area. Any guides around that can put me on a hunt? thanks!
     
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    If there are any in that area then they probably only specialize in boat dock ducks/geese and coots.:flame:joker
     
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    How far are you willing to drive?
     
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    1.5 hours from BRENTWOOD
     
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    In that case you would want to hunt the Tennessee River area, in W. TN.
    I will warn you that we are weather Dependant on good water fowling. If they don't migrate past the Ohio River we are screwed, and they haven't the past couple of years. :pra I will ask for a list of guides. What are your hunting days and/or dates?
     
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    BrowningGold10 Senior Refuge Member

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    Fullers hill Hustburg, TN
     
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    If you hunt fullers, give Ricky McLin a call. He lives in Camden, TN.

    Other guides in that area are Bobby Latendresse, also Camden.

    Steve Barnett in Paris, TN, I think.
     
  10. kylakehammertime

    kylakehammertime Senior Refuge Member

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    Steve Barnett is in dyersburg, I wouldn't count on a decent duck hunt worth paying for an hour and half from Nashville. Steve Mcadams doesn't kill like he used to or anybody on the river for that matter. Fullers hill is fun if you like guys shooting from another pit 50 yards behind ya.
     

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