Rick Hall wrote:Here in SWLA specks are finally starting to show in better numbers, as are big ducks. Nothing to speak of in a our fresh marsh yet, as most everything's enjoying the rice. Here's a tease from a ride behind a buddy's house last weekend:
tb44 wrote:not seeing much....according to all the big lake hunters we should be in the blind this weekend if they had it there way! THANK God we arent opening this weekend.....cause ive been on 3 lakes and birds are not hear in huntable numbers yet......
tb44 wrote:No not exaggerated ... There where several on different duck fourms speaking of opening in oct.
tb44 wrote:Here we go again.....
You said a mouth full...."scouted hard". And found enough birds to kill limits. WOW!!!...Yeah I to know where afew holes are that have enough birds to kill some limits in NW louisiana. But if the other 1000 hunters all went out of that wouldnt be the case. Only afew would end up killing birds and some of the holes on public lakes would have multiple hunters fighting over the (X) and the way it is here in NW louisiana on these big lakes I seriously do not think any of the guys who been hunting them for years are going to let or appreciate any one moving in on them!
The season should NEVER open before the first weekend in NOV and the 2nd week is even better.
And again im speaking about NW louisiana.
Toledo wrote:Wasnt very many years ago TX would open last weekend in October. Tenaha Creek had no problem cranking out limits for every group of hunters that showed up. Technically in TX but as far as a duck is concerned its northwest LA.
teaves2257 wrote:Texas and Nw Louisiana is no where close to the same. Sure I can find limits of birds but like stated above everyone else in the area would be in the same place fighting over a couple spots.
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