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Acadiana Corridor WMA 2,285 Acres: St. Landry, Evangeline, Avoyelles, & Rapides Parishes

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Old November 4th, 2015
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Not sure if anyone is willing to share the info, just wondering if anyone had generally better luck here when the water is really low, or really high? Not even sure if it would make difference. Thanks for any tips guys. Newb here, looking to grt my first deer.
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Not sure if anyone is willing to share the info, just wondering if anyone had generally better luck here when the water is really low, or really high? Not even sure if it would make difference. Thanks for any tips guys. Newb here, looking to grt my first deer.
Probably better if the creek is up, depending if how far you can get down it. I have heard people say head north from landing and go as far as you can and find some higher ground. I have been wanting to check it out but don't have a small boat. I see a good bit of deer closer to bunkie and that power high line. Saw 2 nice bucks last year right there.
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I have a small go devil. I went a few weeks ago but only went South due to the water being very low. I seen today it is super high, a little nervous about going north by myself, especially beings i'm still learning the go devil.
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Many years ago I went with my 15ft Alweld and 25yam during higher water. The current was ripping pretty good after similar rain as lately. I went north under two different bridges, quite a ways. Jumped two pretty good logjams at bridges, only because I could float back down if needed/broke. It was pretty daring at the time, no one else around.

Hunted a little, started raining, spooked deer into swimming a drain when I came by with boat. Man I got tired quick of the trucks passing by so close nonstop. It was a Sunday evening as I recall.
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i haven't hunted the ACC, but have hunted private property across the interstate, and man it makes for an aggravating hunt hearing that constant traffic. Its a totally different and un-peaceful hunt...
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Just left.. There was a small opening on outside of log jam under bridge to go north...i'm not going to try that again with my longtail. Ended with a cracked hull. Between the mosquitos, my electric start going out, and getting slammed inti bridge, I figured it would be best to call it a day.
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Best to go from Washington Landing and go north..... i hunt some property that borders the bayou on the West side, woods are flooded right now with about 4 ft of water, I've hunted the south side of the Whiteville exit and north an have had more success hunting the south side particularly around the Dupleson exit
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I hunt property a couple miles south and on west side of the bayou and live on the bayou. It is high right now.
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