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The sunrise over Winyah Bay
J-Duck's setup on the coast
South Carolina's #1 duck hunter
Justin,Glad to have you and your gang of duck hunters aboard! Keep the videos coming!CBP
Hello Fellow Hunters!It's Jduck here and I want to first and foremost thanks Clint Patterson and Adam Smith for putting together this website and providing a way for South Carolina Hunters to interact and share their special moments with each other that we so cherish. I also appreciate in advance you letting me share with you the Jduck Chronicles and can only hope it is entertaining and hopefully helpful to your Duck Hunting success!Well it's 3:30am on Christmas Eve and we are heading back to the Swamp! Please stay tuned as I will be writing about yesterday's and today's hunts. Hope everyone has a Holiday of filled Limits and hot barrels! STAY TUNED and remember IF YOU AIN''T GOING YOU AIN'T SHOWING!Jduck
I would like to start off by saying thank you to the creators of this website. It is amazing and I am glad we finally have to opportunity to share local tips, strategies, and hunting locations. Well, My name is Matt Lewis and would like to comment on my morning hunt on Little Pee Dee River. I am filling in this time for J-Duck. We arrived a bit late this morning but all is well. We found a spot not too far from the Hughes landing off Pee Dee Hwy. We went up river and sat next to the island. The weather was on our side this morning. It was a cool 36 Degrees with 2-3 mph winds, and partly cloudy. The ducks began flying around 6:50 a.m. It started fairly slow as usual but within 10 minutes the sky was filled with wood ducks. Now I know many of you may say, "well it was just wood ducks" but last time I checked they are just as fun to shoot. The bird count this morning ranged from a conservative 250 to a generous 300. I did not see any "big ducks" this morning but I also did not stay longer than an hour and a half. My advice to you hunters would be to find a bend in the river or even a lake and set up shop in a well camouflaged area and have a nice spread of decoys and wait. There has been many times I have set up my decoys around 6 in the morning and big groups of the wood ducks have landed well before shooting time and stayed until... I have never been able to really work these birds so the best thing to do is pass shoot and hope the occasional group finds interest in your spread. Hopefully I will be able to go in the morning and not spook Santa. Well, that is all for my post, and I hope it helps. Merry Christmas!
Appreciate the duck hunting knowledge you guys. But you gotta thank Clint and Will List for the site. Looking forward to more blogs to come.
Thanks for the updates J-Duck & Matt... sounds like you all saw way more ducks than I've ever seen at one time. Maybe I need to come down there and ya'll can show me how it's really done and I can learn from the pros! Keep the content coming and don't drop your video camera in the water down there!CBP