straitkilla02 wrote:There are plenty of birds using the area between pool 16 and pool 18. I hunted around 45 days last year on pool 18 and had my best season ever. Shot birds consistently all season. And I was hunting one of the highest pressure spots you will ever see. 13 other blinds within eye sight in the bay we were hunting.
To add insult to injury, every farmer I've talked to has bought a new combine in the past year or two, probably because of the high corn prices. Walk a field immediately after picking. There is ziltch for food, thus this area is just a fly over.
If you happen to be in the blind when the birds drop in for a drink or rest, you'll have a good day. But the birds won't stay....there is nothing to keep them.
riverrat47 wrote:Ed L.,
Did the Island sustain flooding this year?
I spent over a week there in `93, walking around in chest waders and hippers as the water dropped, assessing damage. If I remember correctly, many of the dwellings were flooded well above 1st floor window level.
At Big Green, did you know a guy named Dan Ernat? I thought he worked in Engineering, but not sure...Of course, I do realize that Engineering isn't just a one room office. He trained one of my dogs.
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