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Does anyone know of any waterfowl leases for 2018/19 season in dutchess or Columbia county ny? Or have any property they would be willing to allow two responsible hunters to hunt on? Not really looking for deer property might think of a deer/waterfowl lease depending on the property. Also interested in property for turkeys this spring. 

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You ever get any info on this? I wold love to get in on a waterfowl lease, have plenty of deer and turkey but NY duck/goose spots are hard to come by these days

 

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On 2/21/2019 at 9:11 PM, Hookhunter20 said:

You ever get any info on this? I wold love to get in on a waterfowl lease, have plenty of deer and turkey but NY duck/goose spots are hard to come by these days

 

One of the the easiest ways to secure a lease for waterfowl is to be sure you emphasize that you want nothing to do with deer hunting. Farmers seem to hold that sacred but when you say it’s for ducks or goose they may look at you a little crossed eyed because most people go right for the deer hunting 

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On 2/21/2019 at 9:11 PM, Hookhunter20 said:

You ever get any info on this? I wold love to get in on a waterfowl lease, have plenty of deer and turkey but NY duck/goose spots are hard to come by these days

 

 

On 2/21/2019 at 9:11 PM, Hookhunter20 said:

You ever get any info on this? I wold love to get in on a waterfowl lease, have plenty of deer and turkey but NY duck/goose spots are hard to come by these days

 

Didn’t have any luck on here but I actually lost one of my duck spots this year and picked up another form to goose hunt and possibly another property for goose just waiting to hear from the owner. But unfortunately lost our deer lease. So if you know of any deer leases in Columbia county ny that would be great 

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