whistlin_wings wrote:I grew up in a neighborhood with only 3 pools and a public golf course. Thug life is all I know.
SimplyPerfectNelli wrote:hey cyoung, just fyi bc im not sure if you city boys know it or not, but duck hunting is not buying a loaf of bread and feeding ur banded city ducks and geese while wearing camo at the city park......just saying lol
mudpack wrote:I've been out there nearly every day since the Early Teal season opened. From what I saw Monday and yesterday morning, there are no new birds in, most of the teal have bugged out, and after you pick up two easy pintail you'll have a tough time filling out your six-bird limit. We were out from 5:30AM yesterday and it was 1:30 when we finally picked up our 12th bird....tough, tough, tough, AND GETTING TOUGHER EACH DAY. Can't believe the number of hunting parties out there on the weekdays.
John O`Neal wrote:Mudpack ; Sorry your hunting hasn't gone well.
mudpack wrote:No need to feel sorry for me, John: I've limited out every day I've hunted (and I've hunted 6 days since Oct 11)
By the way, you might tell your friend that the limit in Kansas is six birds.
Oh, and one other thing: a guy who has been out on the Bottoms for only 48 hours probably can't tell new birds from birds that have been trading between Pool 4B and the Nature Conservancy every other day for the last two weeks.
John O`Neal wrote: I have confidence in their dads ability to count . There were three hunters at six birds each .
John O`Neal wrote:Tues . 8:15 am I am already limited 1 drake pinny ,a Widgeon 1 Scaup 1 Gw Teal and a Gaddy
Mallyard wrote:LOL... Truck+Gas+Basic Knowledge of Waterfowl habits = chance at sucess!
John O`Neal wrote:Tues . 8:15 am I am already limited 1 drake pinny ,a Wigeon 1 Scaup 1 Gw Teal and a Gaddy
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