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Waterfowl and Duck Hunting in Southeast Louisiana

Pearl River

Is the South end of the Pearl River WMA part of the Coastal Zone. It looks like it's darn close. Been seeing some real big flock of greys and teal and that area. Mostly been fishing the evenings but i'm sure they are there in the morning too
November 08, 2012 at 7:43am
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Posted November 08, 2012 at 8:05am

The coastal zone includes everything below hwy 90. Above is part of the East Zone

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Posted November 08, 2012 at 8:07am
This is from WLF


This is from WLF

Zone MAP

Take a look

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Posted November 08, 2012 at 10:05am

Y would you post about seeing big flocks of ducks at a wma

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    skinnywtrProfile Photo
    Posted November 08, 2012 at 10:22am

    Look not to ruffle any feathers, but from the numbers I saw everyone should shoot some ducks. There have been posts about other wma's with birds too.

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    Posted November 08, 2012 at 10:39am

    Its bs when people get on here naming areas with birds when you've spent your time out there scouting. Then on opening morning your gonna have idiots running around because they just winged it and went for the first time because they seen it on here.I like this site but it sucks for true hunters who put their time in

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    Posted November 08, 2012 at 12:47pm

    you want to help, go volunteer at a nursing home, don't get on here blasting about how many ducks you seen in a WMA!

    if you find yourself at home just itching to give a report and trying to seem important to the hunting community at least be very vague. Don't name lakes, rivers, or WMAs

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    Posted November 08, 2012 at 12:59pm

    You guys on here blasting the guy need to grow up. Its not hard to figure out duck patterns on wma's each year. I rarely scout as much anymore and still shoot my share of ducks because they hold in the same areas. I hunt wma's and leases. I make sure to get out to wma's earlier since it's first come first serve. I will be happy to share info with people to help them out.

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    Posted November 08, 2012 at 1:17pm

    It looks like we have some true sportsman on here!!!!!! Kinda thought a sportsman helps other sportsman....... By the way I caught some nice trout at the third pilling from the drawbridge. GPS numbers to follow. Oh wait is this to much info????? If you want to keep your spot secret then get a lease!!!!! A WMA is PUBLIC and you can scout and scout the area and opening morning somebody else is is your 'private' spot. You going to run them off for picking your scouted area????

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    Posted November 08, 2012 at 2:41pm

    man i launched at hwy 90 on pearl river. man you should see all the ducks. i was running and ran up flocks of big ducks by the thousands. looks like a good opening weekend easy limits.

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    Posted November 08, 2012 at 6:01pm

    Tom I'm not sure when you scouted but it couldn't have been recently. I just picked up the boat and they have millions of greenheads alone. And im sure billions of ducks, I lost count after the upper millions in just the first few ponds. I felt terrible i literally was running the Greys over, even as idleing. All the while I was wearing safety yellow clothing so don't feel bad if you don't have camo. Just make sure you're out there.
    Oh did I mention that during the youth hunt, the ducks were so thick that even though my oldest sons gun jammed he was able to finish his limit by swinging the boat paddle, a skinny paddle at that. In addition my 5 year old daughter look a limit using her sling shot- man was I a proud pop.
    The ducks are so thick in your local wma I will be saving on gas and hunting from the ramp. Stop by for a chat I'll be posted up in ramp #2. I'll have the purple and gold beach chair.
    Happy hunting for the easiest limits ever ever forever!

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    Posted November 09, 2012 at 10:00am

    Some peope need to grow up. You can and most probably will always be an a''hole. The guy that offered the info is not at any fault. I hope 20 people show up in your blind(spot) on the pearl tomorrow.

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    Posted November 09, 2012 at 8:19pm

    its simple as this. if you wanna find the ducks go look for them yourself. many people put in serious time to scout just to have retards who are trying to feel special on the internet blast which wmas are the best. i agree with some of these post. if you wanna brag about what you see dont name wmas. screw helping the lazy ppl on here and telling them where to hunt. IF YOU DONT LIKE MY OPINION KISS MY A**

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    Posted November 14, 2012 at 7:32am

    The guy didnt give ANY single spot... he said a WMA had some ducks and wanted an answer to a very legitimate question. Y'all need to quit whining about him posting on here... Its a public forum for sportsman.... and i notice none of the people complaining even focused or answered the man's question... how bout yall help first then whine like little girls after. .and if you dont like that YOU CAN KISS MY blah blah blah..... cmon. To the OP i hope your question was answered and if not please let us know. happy hunting.

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    Posted November 14, 2012 at 1:37pm

    yes the portion of peral river wma below hwy 90 is open and considered coastal zone.

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    Posted November 14, 2012 at 4:55pm
    Had ducks

    Yea, the pearl had a few birds last weekend, but there was about as many people as ducks. Hopefully we will get some new birds down with each front. By the way, the pearl river is unique in that it has both the coastal zone and the east zone depending on what side of hwy 90 you are on. The only problem with the pearl is that the coastal zone area is really not that big. Their is only a couple of large ponds with a lot of small potholes around them, and those large ponds are pretty much owned by a few guys with big mud boats. Not that there doing anything wrong, just hard to compete with.

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