We all have done it. Sat around with hunting buddies and talked about hunting. Heck it’s one of the great things about having hunting buddies. One of those topics that always comes up is, if you could hunt anywhere you wanted to, where would you go? A bucket-list destination is something we all have. For many of us, it’s going to Stuttgart, Arkansas to hunt the fabled flooded timber there. For others, it’s going to Manitoba and hunting the marshes where Delta Waterfowl got its start. Others would travel to Maine to hunt sea ducks, while others still might travel to Utah to hunt the Great Salt Lake. The places one could put on a bucket list for waterfowl destinations are almost endless. So what do you do? Any Hard Core waterfowler has a perfect morning hunt on a lake full of birds on his bucket list. Where is your dream location? Planning out a bucket list hunt can be done relatively on the cheap, if you plan ahead. 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Are you seriously looking at going? If not, you should. Any hunt can be done, and done affordably if you plan correctly and plan ahead. Let us know on our Facebook and Twitter pages what your dream trip would be. If you’ve already taken your dream trip, how did it go? What advice would you have for someone planning a trip? Who knows, maybe we can help hook you up with someone else wanting to go on the same trip and make things easier. Get Hard Core gear from your trip at Dick's Sporting Goods. It’s Not Easy!