duckman27 wrote:Not to ruin it for you man but we would kill gadwall everytime we hunted in MS. Still good for you though All i've seen here in CO so far is mallards geese and teal. I went out to the sewer pond in Broomfield yeaterday (only open water) and it was covered up with birds. 2000+ Geese, 150 Mallards, 12 GWT, 6 Scaup, 12 Ringnecks, 4 Shovelers, 2 pintails, 6 Goldeneyes. NO GADWALL at all. Kinda shocked me cuz in MS It would be 150 Gadwall and 10 Mallards. Did the gaddie decoy or just come straight in on the MOJO?
Catfish_Hunter wrote:Congrats on the first gadwall. I've never shot one. you other guys sure know how to act like ur crap dont stink let's see your guys's hunts???
thanks for sharing the pics man keep em coming, don't let these other guys get to ya.
duckman27 wrote:you may have gadwall up here but it just depends on where your hunting. Back in MS i had a hole and all we would ever kill out of it were woodies. No mallards. The mallards were in the area but they never came into the hole for some reason. Then you could go across the street maybe 300 yards and limit out on mallards all season long. I had another hole that no matter what part of the season it was all you would ever kill were widgeon and teal. Go across the creek and you limit out on gadwall. Go across the next creek and all you'll get are mallards. Ducks have different places that they like. Some places they like, some places they don't
Zirkels wrote:Another good place to get into a mess of gadwall is up in north park. Though during the time of year that north park is open the ducks plumage isn't usually very showy, not very good if looking for a mount.
I used to see tons of them on the platte, but haven't seen as many as of late, maybe they move out before mallards. They seem to be one ot the quickest species to decoy, they rarely need to take a second look before they will drop in.
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