JAXDuckMan wrote:When the oil spill happened I predicted that the hunting in Florida was going to be awesome(and it was for me anyways), so I'm going out on limb to say this year with the drought in the Southwest and Midwest I think its going to push alot of ducks into Florida. Also the record duck count is going to play a big factor this year also.What you guys think? I also think we will get some big bucks like mallards. We will see an increase in Gadwalls,Canvasbacks, and Spoonbills. I think also the first early seasons going to be slow. Well this is what I think going to happen ...we will see I hope Im right.....
sigalphjoe44 wrote:supposedly this year is supposed to be real wet in the southeast and very very cold particularly on the eastern seaboard. im oretty pumoed about the prospects for the season but also for record numbers and potentially a very wet and cold winter that means the breeding conditions are better and more breeding pairs.....always looking to the next season even if this one hasnt started yet. lol
WTN10 wrote:The moral of the story is this: don't cut cabbage when your dog is in heat.
Botiz630 wrote:Finally, I can compensate for my tiny wiener without breaking the bank.
SnookMan88 wrote:Dang chris-k, thats a lot of ducks in 5 days! How many people are in your group? I hope you are right 300 is a lot of birds!
SnookMan88 wrote:O cool.. what other states do you hunt in? I might get to hunt in north carolina a couple days this season. I only got to hunt 4 times in early season and personally bagged 13 teal (limit on hunt 1&2, 3 on hunt 3, and 2 on hunt 4).
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