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Ryan.90
Posted: Sep 19, 2022 - 06:12 am


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Hey all. Moved out to port Hope back in March. Just figuring out some new hunting opportunities closer to home as I wait for the fields to be cut and Scugog is a little far for my buddy whoís out in havelock. Rice lake seems to be middle ground for what could be good bird hunting, although Iíve never hunted rice. Is anyone able to shed some light on what areas you must avoid? Is it also possible to paddle to spots from launchís? Or do most areas require a boat ride?

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stinkbait
Posted: Sep 19, 2022 - 04:52 pm


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Not sure about rice lake but Brighton is only 30 mins away and has crown land with grouse and woodcock. They like to stick to the thick stuff and flush fast. But if youíre a quick shot you should be able to get one or two if you hunt the obvious spots.

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Posted: Sep 19, 2022 - 07:53 pm


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I canít help you with spots or personal knowledge but I do know people who do hunt rice lake and do very well.

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duckbuster
Posted: Sep 21, 2022 - 09:19 pm


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a few years back first day of duck hunting I went to rice lake, right at center of lake next to entrance of otonabee river there is marsh i think it belong to duck unlimited Canada, but the most interesting part was when the hunt start, none stop sound of shots from every where for 1/2 hr. it sound like battle ground.

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