Mallyard wrote:LOL... Truck+Gas+Basic Knowledge of Waterfowl habits = chance at sucess!
mudpack wrote:The only areas in Kansas I've seen that are not receiving copious amounts of rainfall lie hard up against the Colorado border.
Personally, I hope the rains STOP for awhile....for the ducks, for the farmers, for my yard.
fowlhunter wrote:I'm not trying to sound like a jerk, but I'm telling that a generalized map on the internet doesn't tell the whole story. Most of my county is in good shape. That being said there are others that look just as bad as they did before the rain.
fowlhunter wrote:That's kinda funny considering that North of I-70, in "central" Kansas, there are places that that ponds are still way low and the river hasn't hardly came up.
ksgoosekillr wrote:fowlhunter wrote:That's kinda funny considering that North of I-70, in "central" Kansas, there are places that that ponds are still way low and the river hasn't hardly came up.
Where exactly are you talking about? cause I have ground from Salina to Concordia, and drive up to Jamestown often and im not seeing that. There isn't a river up there that hasn't came up a lot this year. Not like what is down at Salina but Jamestown is flooded, the republican has been high more than once, glen is up, lovewell is up and actually releasing water, the smoky is high, milford is up, about the only lake that is not up is Webster still 20 ft low, but not exactly "central"
assateague wrote:Know what tolerance is good for? Making more sissies. It's like sissy fertilizer.
radfordc wrote:I scouted some areas in NW Mo that I hunted last year and they are either very low (3 feet or more) or bone dry. The rain seems to have missed some areas.
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