LouisianaFowler wrote:Hey berettaguy I think he is wanting early teal numbers. I got on here to check the movement. I could care less about woodducks. I can sit on any backwoods pond anywhere in North America and see 14 limits of Woodies. We need teal numbers, now get on some open water and scout, you Mid Westerners. I try to track each year by the weather patterns for each region and state. Its getting in the low 50's at night in ND and southern Canada. Still a little warm during the day. The lower nighly temps will help. We still have a little time guys. Last years numbers in the Miss RIver in IL were good all through the first of the season for BWT, hopfully it will work out again. I was working up there for over a year and got to hunt the Albany, IL part of the river. Ill be back home in AL this year Hunting the TN river and lake Guntersville. Later guys.
diverhunter50 wrote:Seen them in the NW part of the state, awful early for some of the bunches I saw early this past week, 30-50 in a couple flocks. They will be long gone before the 4th, hopefully they don't all move through early like last year!
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DuckinFool wrote:We got lots of floodwater potholes and good numbers of bluewings in So IL already. Move over cottonmouths we are coming to join ya.
diverhunter50 wrote:I know that a push of teal have went through the NW part of the state, I am on the river every day in early August, and around the 10th a bunch came through, big flocks of migrators, here and gone in a couple days. Look at the Louisiana state forums, they have had teal starting to show up down there since early August. Now I am not saying that the big push is on, but several have came and went through Illinois already. As for teal nesting in the northern 1/4 of Illinois, I don't think there are very many that do and they are sure not "dense", besides mallards, woodducks and the occasional meganser, I have only seen a small handful of teal broods over the years, and I am on the Mississippi River 5-6 days a week from the end of May til the middle of August, and I see a lot of young birds being raised, and none of them are teal.
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