We had some trouble with our lease in Northeast Arkansas this year, so we had to move to a new farm. The field we have for this season is planted in soybeans. It will be flooded after harvested. However, I only have experience with hunting in flooded rice fields. Just wondering if anybody has hunted flooded soybean fields? If so, what kind of success did you have (as far as number of birds and species)? And finally, would Fast Grass work for concealing pits in a flooded soybean field?
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