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The Archipelago

Hunting setups

Hunters may place a marker to indicate where they plan to hunt. Such markers must include the year and the hunter's name.

Marker placed in a mist-covered marsh to indicate a hunter's location.
Marker placed in a marsh to indicate a hunter's location.

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A good blind blends into the environment and is difficult to see. Marsh plants can provide great camouflage.

Hunting blind in a marsh

The Labrador Retriever is a faithful hunting companion, fetching the ducks brought down by its master.

Yellow Labrador Retriever swimming in a channel.

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