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1W teal

Postby ShotGunEd » Thu Sep 19, 2013 4:09 pm

Anyone seen any teal at STA 1W, trying to decide if I should make the drive down from Orlando or stay local.
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Re: 1W teal

Postby whaknstak » Thu Sep 19, 2013 4:18 pm

Where is local? have you seen any teal? What lakes are holding the most birds? Trying to decide whether to hunt local or travel.
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Re: 1W teal

Postby seminole_sigmanu » Thu Sep 19, 2013 5:53 pm

What's sta 1? How far is it from south ga? Any ducks there?
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Re: 1W teal

Postby TooheyBirdie14 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 8:34 pm

STA's are stormwater management areas... basically set up as basins to hold the runoff water from sugarcane fields here in south florida. The basins hold the water for a period of time so that a lot of the nutrients from fertilizers are taken up by plants so that they don't make it into the everglades... produces a ton of hydrilla and the ducks can get pretty thick here...almost as thick as the duck hunters. They can be fun, but I wouldn't drive from GA for them.
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Re: 1W teal

Postby seminole_sigmanu » Fri Sep 20, 2013 4:54 am

TooheyBirdie14 wrote:STA's are stormwater management areas... basically set up as basins to hold the runoff water from sugarcane fields here in south florida. The basins hold the water for a period of time so that a lot of the nutrients from fertilizers are taken up by plants so that they don't make it into the everglades... produces a ton of hydrilla and the ducks can get pretty thick here...almost as thick as the duck hunters. They can be fun, but I wouldn't drive from GA for them.


Awesome info!

BUT......I've already been there done than and made the drive from Ga. STA 3/4

Got any info on Guana or PCS? Hook a brother up......
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Re: 1W teal

Postby ShotGunEd » Fri Sep 20, 2013 4:59 am

Damn thats a long drive!!
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