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Location: Kitchener-Waterloo, ON
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Waterfowl on the Grand river

I was wondering if anyone here has ever canoed down a river in search of ducks and geese? I was thinking of it on the grand river just north of kitchener-waterloo and wondering if anyone had comments on tactics and perhaps and special rules and regulations?

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Location: Ont. Canada
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Waterfowl on the Grand river

Never just canoed around looking for them but I do have a blind on the Grand down here in Dunnville

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Location: Kitchener-Waterloo, ON
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Waterfowl on the Grand river

What are the rules on and around the grand for hunting? That was my biggest question, I wasn't sure what the grand river conservation authority has to say about hunting.

any info would be appriciated
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Waterfowl on the Grand river

The island's in York between Cayuga and Caledonia are open to the public for hunting waterfowl and some of the marsh above the dam in Dunnville also. All the marsh below the dam out to the lake is private but if you ask around most will let you put up a blind for a small fee. Usually $50 to a $100 for the season and "NO ONE" else is allowed to use that blind but you and who ever goes in on it with you.

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