Come out and enjoy Delta Waterfowl Fleur de Lis Chapter's Banquet! Great food provided by Crescent City BBQ and Charcoal's Gourmet Burger Bar as well as an open bar. There will be door prizes, gun raffles, prize packages, and both a live and silent auction. Proceeds will go to waterfowl conservation projects both locally and in the prairie pothole region ensuring years of great duck hunting in the future. Please inquire about tickets or sponsor tables.
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So the past couple years I've been duck hunting with my buddy down in the Hopedale area. We always take his boat and he knows the marsh like the back of his hand. It's looking like he may not be able to hunt as much this upcoming season so I may have to go solo or at least take my own boat. I definitely think I would benefit from a handheld gps to mark the duck pond and a couple of random fishing spots. I use a decent sized aluminum flat so I won't be going too far or in any big water. After doing some research it looks like GPS in the marsh is a tricky subject due to the changing terrain and water levels. Any advice for best Louisiana marsh handheld GPS?