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I'm looking to take my old man on a guided hunt to North Dakota to hunt ducks and geese. It has to be a reasonably easy hunt (fields or pond edges) because he is getting a little older and hard hunts can take a toll on him. Anyone know of any guides or services out that way that you would recommend. I want this to be an experience of a lifetime for us!
 

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I'm looking to take my old man on a guided hunt to North Dakota to hunt ducks and geese. It has to be a reasonably easy hunt (fields or pond edges) because he is getting a little older and hard hunts can take a toll on him. Anyone know of any guides or services out that way that you would recommend. I want this to be an experience of a lifetime for us!
Tell the guides when you book about your dads limitations. they may be able to drive him with a truck or 4 wheeler to the pit or layout blind for goose hunting. Same for the ponds... most will work with you... Good luck...
 

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North Dakota is one of few states in this country that is still pro freelance. Please do our state a favor and not support guides. They're ruining the sport. In the state, if you're coming later in the season, late Oct or Nov, most all hunting is done in fields anyways so disabled access to hunt is very easy with hunters commonly driving into the field to set their spread and using layout blinds. Property access is quite easy throughout most of the state except where the guides are leasing property and ruining it for everyone else.
 
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