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    Hello,

    I'm new to waterfowl and getting a late start on the season. I'm thinking of giving Hullett Marsh a shot, mainly because I don't really know where else to try for this year. I've been to hullett to scout around a couple of time over the last month but I'm not sure of a couple of things. First, the Hullett guide says that stakes 1-9,11,22,27,32,33,42,46,48-50 can be walked in with waders, but I've read some contradictory reports. Can I walk in to some of these stakes with waders? Can I retrieve downed birds with waders if I don't have a dog?

    My next question is regarding blinds. What do most use? Some of the stakes seem to be a decent walk from the parking lot. Do you guys that hunt hullett (or other similar areas for that matter) drag out waterfowl blinds like the ones sold at cabela's or do you make due with existing coverage? Any info on this is helpful.

    Thanks,
    Moro

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    I don't personally have an answer to the questions you have asked but here is an email address for folks that should be able to help. fohoffice@tcc.on.ca

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    I haven't hunted Hullett in 10+ years, but whether you can walk to certain stakes or not at Hulllet largely depends on the year's water situation.

    I would advise the use of a canoe to hunt the marsh. The areas that already have blinds (they're railway tie blinds) are sufficient for cover and the shooting stakes have natural vegetation which generally hides you better than any man made blind anyway.

    -N.
    Last edited by Sprite; September 29th, 2020 at 12:02 PM.
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    check your pm

    I use these with burlap, or use camo cloth, and zip ties, roll it up and put it in my ice fish sled/boat that I put it on my wagon.

    https://www.tscstores.com/POST-POLY-...IN-P56342.aspx

    https://www.tscstores.com/BURLAP-54I...GE-P67716.aspx
    Last edited by sash; September 29th, 2020 at 06:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maufic View Post
    Hello,

    I'm new to waterfowl and getting a late start on the season. I'm thinking of giving Hullett Marsh a shot, mainly because I don't really know where else to try for this year. I've been to hullett to scout around a couple of time over the last month but I'm not sure of a couple of things. First, the Hullett guide says that stakes 1-9,11,22,27,32,33,42,46,48-50 can be walked in with waders, but I've read some contradictory reports. Can I walk in to some of these stakes with waders? Can I retrieve downed birds with waders if I don't have a dog?

    My next question is regarding blinds. What do most use? Some of the stakes seem to be a decent walk from the parking lot. Do you guys that hunt hullett (or other similar areas for that matter) drag out waterfowl blinds like the ones sold at cabela's or do you make due with existing coverage? Any info on this is helpful.

    Thanks,
    Moro
    Good morning Moro,

    If you have never been to Hullett marsh it is very intimidating And large to a first time user at 5400 acres.

    We have a wealth of information on our website as well as many documents such as a hunting tip sheet a water level chart etc. that we can email to you.

    Please send us an email and we can pass along some information that will help you out.

    Spending some time on the property scouting and looking around will be very beneficial for you. There are 20 different public access parking lights that you can choose from.

    FOH
    Friends of Hullett

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