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 Posted 12/6/2013 6:04:20 PM
 

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I'm about to start hunting next season, I don't have any family members that hunt and it will be my first attempt at it. I will must likely be hunting public lands in Maryland my home state. ( away at college at penn state but transferring to Western Carolina for construction management). all tips would be gladly accepted please!

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 Posted 12/10/2013 10:48:50 AM
 

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Hey MD---------Get a good book on duck huntin for beginners, there are many. Then hit your public area where you end up----the more you go, the more you will learn. If you run into someone who will mentor you, all the better. Enjoy every moment, and give yourself time to learn. 
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 Posted 12/10/2013 11:04:07 PM
 

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Thank you for the tips!
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 Posted 7/17/2014 9:01:31 AM
 

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Several ways.  First take a little free time to hang out an any hunting store and talk to the sales folks about where they would recommend going and possible people to meet.  Several years back, I went to a local DU event and sat at the table with a young college guy that had scraped together enough money for a ticket and introduced himself to everyone at the table as a student at the local college.  Several of us  took him on different days.  He had a great time with each hunt and met a lot of people in the community.  He graduated and left town, but I bet he is still hunting and taking people with him.
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