That’s a wrap

That’s a wrap

Postby Johnc » Sun Feb 10, 2019 10:27 pm

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68 geese—52 specks killed

50 ducks killed

Got too rethink things. Deploying daily speck spread early on instead of large standing spread.

We’ll see. Next year may be back to more normalcy or this may be the new normal

Call wise. Nothing new. Take cues early in the hunt as far as what’s not working and don’t do it

Snow wise...gained more confidence working more birds then ever have,not killing,working. Got to improve on the finishing.

Ducks. Keep it simple. Sound like a duck. Give them room.
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Re: That’s a wrap

Postby Rick » Mon Feb 11, 2019 5:32 am

Blues all gone in your area or just not worth the late season struggle?

Drove to Grand Lake for a grand daughter's basketball game Sat and saw nothing but a handful of ducks over Litel's place, a few cranes between Bell City and Holmwood and no geese at all en route. But there were some in the air by the T-warehouse. Keep thinking of the old book title, Silent Spring...
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Re: That’s a wrap

Postby Johnc » Mon Feb 11, 2019 1:06 pm

Rick wrote:Blues all gone in your area or just not worth the late season struggle?

Drove to Grand Lake for a grand daughter's basketball game Sat and saw nothing but a handful of ducks over Litel's place, a few cranes between Bell City and Holmwood and no geese at all en route. But there were some in the air by the T-warehouse. Keep thinking of the old book title, Silent Spring...


Everything gone in our area. Never were really around. But there’s next year
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