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Anyone ever done this and are there special rules to follow? Am I gonna need a boat or can I just walk the walls? Is it even worth giving it a shot? Any intel and advice would be appreciated.
 

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It's hard to set deeks or pick up downed birds without a boat. Unless you're Dano or Jesus. MJ

Not to sound blasphemous, but aren't they one in the same?
 

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That video right on the money! If you can't prove you had family hunting it before ww1 be ready for stiff resistance! Trust me as you launch boat you'll be greeted by the keeper of the wall!
 

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Army Corps of Engineers built it nobody has rights to it, hunted all do you want call the sheriff and the game warden if you have any hassles you will win.
 

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Once sombody tried to tell us that it was there blind and we had to leave, as we laughed at them they scampered like a flock of coots trying to out run an outboard.
 

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I've never hunted the walls, but after reading this, I want to. Haha

Good or bad, I try to experience all of the folk lore at least once just to say I did. I fished the Maumee river run for the first time last year. That was a hoot.
 

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Lol the locals are defiantly loco... Well some of them. Met one nice guy there and he gave us the rundown very helpful can be good if I the weather is right!! But every day ppl stop by (on lunch maybe) to watch the hunters from the lot
 

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Sounds no different than any other hunt. So I guess all the wall hunters can take a thumb and shove it up their fat butts. Piss off eat poo and I'm taking your beloved spot. We all know I'm good for it. Tootles....
 
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