Baymen Moe wrote:It's better than getting skunked, right? For me it's not how many ducks anyway.
dakotashooter2 wrote:That's actually pretty good. For every guy that gets his limit nearly every hunt there are probably 20 that scratch out a couple birds. Many states will publish success statistics after the season and the average success rate is usually less than 1/2 the limit.
waterfowlman wrote:A game hog.......... is a game hog........is a game hog.
Folies will soon be appearing in a park holding waterfowl near you.
YJSONLY wrote:Come to Florida. It takes cray fool to duck hunt here. We see a few ducks but has been times where no shots was fired....
callinfowl wrote:Hell you're doing fantastic !
I've been hunting ducks for 42 years and if I had a 4 bird average I'd be stoked !
This year has been really tough on us , we have blanked more then ever , do to the fact there are no birds in the area we are hunting, due to weather or lack of .
jonny707 wrote:Usually as one becomes a better hunter he tends to kill less birds as quality becomes more important than quantity. The seasoned hunter would not kill a merg or ruddy duck, and at least in my area, buffle heads and spoonies are left for kids. That being said, if you like the fishy taste of that junk, have at it! Anyway the most important thing is that you are doing what you want, don't worry about what anyone else is getting, they are probably lying anyway lol.
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