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Couple recent hunts
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Been a great season so far. Seeing a LOT of birds and been on the X multiple times but unfortunately it seems the birds are coming in prior to shooting time. More often than not they are coming in large groups rather than pairs which has made them difficult to work.

One hunt in particular we must have had 300+ mallards come in and land 10 minutes before shooting light! Haven't seen anything like that previously. Makes you not want to pull the trigger knowing 1 shot and they are all gone! Smile


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Seems like you are slaying them.


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(12-31-2016, 09:40 PM)Scott85 Wrote: Seems like you are slaying them.


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More missing than slaying!
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I need practice- it's a good thing deer don't fly. Nice lookin ducks
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Very nice Laudy. That looks like a fun spot. What general part of the state are you in? Ie central, sw etc.. just curious. Never seen 300 mallards at once here. That must be a sight. Swamp I hunt will hold 75 to 100 at once but they typically are roosting in ther and fly out/break up at first light into groups of 2 to 15. You then have to try and convince a couple to stick around.
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Blue, I hunt the Stafford area. I had never seen those numbers till this year! Honestly I think it was mostly luck as it was during the cold snap and I think I was in the only open hole. The numbers recently haven't been near that and most birds are flying in prior to shooting time.
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