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Help with disabled youth hunt

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I was asked to take a disabled 14 year old duck hunting. My thought is that I would take him out for the youth duck hunt. Would anyone have any suggestions for a place close to Cottage Grove/Inver Grove/St Paul Park or around the area? Ideally it would be an easier walk to get to with some water.

I am not looking for some hot action spot; just someplace easy to get to with maybe a couple shots for him.

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I'd head down to the Hastings area or swing south on 35 and find a WMA. Check out a DNR Prim map.

Good luck. Should be a great day for the two of you.

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I am going to do some driving this weekend to try and find an easy place for him to hunt. I am kind of excited about this. The kid was just so happy when his mother told him I would take him.

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Hi sir I might be wrong but i think CARLOS AVERY might have some spots where disabled people can hunt out of? Best bet also is to contact the DNR im sure they can give you some guidance/help

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Hi sir I might be wrong but i think CARLOS AVERY might have some spots where disabled people can hunt out of? Best bet also is to contact the DNR im sure they can give you some guidance/help

you are correct that Carlos Avery does have spots for disabled, I believe that is also a feature you can search on the DNR HSOforum as well....

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