rspringer wrote:I may have seen the same guys out of Cummings Saturday afternoon with some mallards hunting out of a silver john boat, and let me tell you they were hidden!! yeah right, you could see them all the way from Big Jims.
Mallards on Seminole are possible but not very likely this season, its just hasn't been cold enough. If you put out greenhead dekes on Seminole you may as well wear hunter orange to the blind. These birds have been shot at since September, a greenhead is an alarm signal to almost everything you'll see on Seminole. If there are any greenheads out there you'll know it when you see it. just use a call a little to get their attention, they will pitch to anything if you talk sweet enough.duckbkr wrote:I was wanting to know if any of ya'll had seen the mallards that the guys were hunting sat afternoon in carls pass. I came off the flint to cut back to spring creek and there were some guys with at least a dozen mallards brand new looking almost in the little channel. They were set up in a big boat blind in the grass and smoking a cigar it was also after shooting light I had allready picked up my decoys and made it that far. If any one saw the mallards let me know I would love to get one this week. Good luck and safe hunting this last week.
plazaducker wrote:you jumped 75 wood ducks and and 300 mallards?
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