Huntman27 wrote:It's not. I don't no much about hunting on ponds because I just started water hunting. I just find it odd that once one species of duck goes another species comes right back to take its place.
BBK wrote:First. Why are the ducks there? is it a roost pond, a food pond (millet, pads, duckweed, etc), or just a day loaf?
General rule, you'll get two cracks at them and then they will avoid the pond like it's on fire. The exception of course is if it is a food pond, they will keep coming back and more birds will join each day to feed. If it is a roost pond, you're done. They will find another place to roost. If it is a day loaf pond, you can get the same birds once or twice until they get weary and find another place.
Omaha Clucker wrote:Or another option would be depending on how many ducks we're talking here to not shoot when you first jump them. Just kick them off and then get covered up best you can. You might get more shooting if they come back in pairs or threes and you can get out of there without running the whole flock out
Omaha Clucker wrote:yeah man, I would either only jump shoot it once a week or so, or else go in there and scare them off without shooting and hope they come back in smaller groups and pick them off that way. That would be the best bet to keep shooting all season
killwoodies101 wrote:your a dudshe bag! You dont own the river your dont own any property around it.. Its just as mush mine and any other tom **** and harry's as it is yours !! get a life share what is yours or stop hunting
LETEMWORK21 wrote:Would you return to a neighborhood after being shot?
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