Well it's been awhile since my last post and I thought I might update those interested in flooded Jap Millet. Despite my last report, it has been a total bust. On a small pond that normally sees more than enough duck activity, I have recently seen nearly none. Nearly might be an overstatement. The pond hasn't changed from last year other than it is full, I mean LOADED, with Jap Millet seed heads at, just above and below the water level (1-3.5 ft). While the open water isn't as large, there is a nice landing hole in the center thanks to some critter, I think a muskrat, that has built a mound in the pond. The critter pulled up the Millet plants in a 25 ft circumference around his mound providing clear water surrounded by nothing but fairly close submerged plants. If you've seen ducks land in rice you know that they can land in the tightest of spots, IF, they want soI'm not worried that they can't "find" the pond. In my area the season has been a little shakey,here one day gone the next, but I am really frustrated and a little concerned. If anybody has any advice, experience or suggestions in dealing with Jap Millet, I would really love hearing from you.