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3rd split Migration maybe looking good....
#11
That was just one flock I couldn't get the other 3 flocks in the picture.


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#12
i just saw maybe 1000+ birds along the river edge up and down it. i believe all mallards as they were bigger and that color. pretty pumped. stay safe and dust them fellas!


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#13
Yes sir. Just dropped kids off and saw flight after flight of high fliers. Geese and ducks. Groups of 10-15 birds each. Can't wait. Just praying the freezing rain holds off until 6 or 7 am tomorrow so I can make the drive to the swamp safely. Next few days are setting up perfect. Gun and gear are ready to roll.
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#14
Jealous of you guys. Be safe out there tomorrow and good luck
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#15
It's going to be a good morning tomorrow.


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#16
I have to go out of town with the family and couldn't get out of it. Hope you guys slay em. Post up some pics so I can see what I missed lol
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#17
Lots of ice out there.


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#18
Crossed lake Gaston and saw 0, went a few miles and saw maybe 50 on a farm pond
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#19
Hunting a swamp in the morning. I'm loaded up and ready to go. [Image: bd74b0fdf3747e2878de19e26f512c0c.jpg]


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I can't hit the broadside of a barn. [Image: dd3bdd22cef20303099cff7176bebd0f.jpg]


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