Back in the saddle

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Back in the saddle

Postby olddkguide » Tue Dec 07, 2010 1:16 pm

I can't tell you guys how great it is to be back in Georgia! I'm not only back but have a new hunting set up for this season. I never get started until after Christmas but just may have to break that rule this year. I just got back from a scouting trip this morning(destination Somewhere in Georgia) and did I see the birds. I stopped counting at 500, bluebills, ringnecks, ruddies, spoonies,cans, gadwall,widgeon, pintail, and mallards. I guess the cold weather this week really pushed em in. I can hardly wait for the weekend. Time to hunt. Take time to go scout right now, you may just be surprised at what you find, I know I was.
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Re: Back in the saddle

Postby Ringneck » Tue Dec 07, 2010 6:48 pm

Good to see you back around olddkguide. Hope things are going well for you.
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Re: Back in the saddle

Postby Remman » Tue Dec 07, 2010 7:12 pm

glad to have you back, good luck this seasonl :thumbsup:
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Re: Back in the saddle

Postby olddkguide » Wed Dec 08, 2010 6:36 pm

Spent the day on the water. I didn't see quite as many birds in one spot today, but they were still there and spread out a lot. I figure the wind was not up as much so the birds could raft up more in open water. I seemed to jump a lot more birds in the open water today. Had a couple of flocks of cans buzz me this afternoon, they better not try that trick once the season opens back up. I saw some new birds dropping in from way up but also saw birds climbing to low oxygen level heading south. Things are looking up for this season.
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Re: Back in the saddle

Postby Ringneck » Wed Dec 08, 2010 6:47 pm

I still haven't been out. Locked down with work and I've got some kinda crud I can't shake. Looks like I'll just get to hunt Jan. At least it sounds like there are some birds around.
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