NE season plans

Megadeth

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I've never put in for the NE zones, but have duck hunted all my life. Problem is, I've never gone up north. Any helpful pointers for a guy with a regular canoe to have a great time? Thanks
 



Jay

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You could float the Fall or Pit rivers if you can find public access points.

Lower Klamath has an area which only allows electric or non-motorized boats.

There are probably 100 lakes and reservoirs within 40 miles of Alturas that hold birds. The problem here is knowing which one will still have water when the season starts.
 

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For the opening you'll need to apply for and get a permit for Lower Klamath or Tule Lake.  Go to http://www.klamathnwr.org/ to get info on how to apply.  You could try Lake Almanor or an area called McCoy Flat Reservoir out of Westwood, California on Highway 44.  Lots of birds, including Honkers raft up on those areas.  At McCoy Flat there is an island out in the middle that the birds nest on that could be very productive with a canoe to access it with.

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