Gayton Marks' favored bird hunting area, a little southwest of Plymouth, Ind., isn't always the easiest to reach, even in normal conditions. "It's a nasty swamp, and the ducks like it," the 33-year-old says by phone. "A lot of other people don't like it."
When he does wade into the public hunting grounds, he typically hunts from a dry bank or from a makeshift blind of camouflage net in shallow standing water. In case he needs to retrieve a bird from deeper water, or cut across deep water ...
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