Thanks! And you are right the snow is very stiff. Maybe ill head torwards duxbury or plymouth and see what's happening there tomorrow.Baymen Moe wrote:The snow is probably a factor being how frozen it is. Probably why I'm seeing tons of geese in the salt this week. Bays and marsh edges.
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wingshooter26 wrote:Last Thursday I saw the most ducks and geese I have ever seen had flocks of 20 coming into my small spread of shells and homemade silos. Some even landing, a first for me this season. This week is a different story I am currently out of work so I hunted allday Monday and today, not one bird in sight. I went to the roost which is a section of the taunton river a few miles from the cut corn I hunt and no geese to be seen or heard. Is this the end? Where did they go and why? The snow isn't really that deep they can still feed I think. Lets hear what you guys have to say.
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