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there hasnt been much talk about the flooding in arkansas. we have a club in northeast AR and the farmers lost all their rice that was planted. how will this effect the migration in this entire region for the 11-12 season???
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I hope our friends in Arkansas and elsewhere who've flooded recover quickly. I'm no farmer so I can't comment on how late rice can be planted or what may be planted for a fall crop. A silver lining to all this water coming downriver is the prairie pothole region is very wet and we should be hearing of high pond counts and good duck production this year. And that would be on top of last year's good numbers. If that holds true those of us in the Mississippi and Central flyway hopefully can enjoy a bountiful season. I'm not expecting an increase in birds or days for big duck but I wouldn't bee too surprised to see the September teal split move from 4 to 6 birds.
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I hope our friends in Arkansas and elsewhere who've flooded recover quickly. I'm no farmer so I can't comment on how late rice can be planted or what may be planted for a fall crop.
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