therewillbeblood wrote:welcome, what part of mn you moving to? there is a good amount of public options but anything close to the cities usually gets hammered. will you be just looking for walk in spots or will you have a boat? in my experience having a boat or canoe really opens up your options.
the hunting can be hit or miss depending on the flight, first couple weeks are usually good until the locals get smart and the woodies leave, after that it mostly depends on the weather pushing birds in.
xrated wrote:All work benches spend most time as disorganized piles of crap. Only to be cleaned and organized when you have no real projects but want to avoid working on projects you have avoided for the last 6 months.
goldfish wrote:You will probably notice that the birds aren't as weary since we are almost first pick on them, but they wise up quick. Also, get used to brown ducks. When we start, they are usually just getting out of eclipse plumage so if all you've ever seen is late season colors you'll be thrown for a loop. Also, don't expect those sprigs to have very big tails.
We get a whole mess of types of ducks depending on where you are. A lot of teal leave the state before we start, but there are still plenty to fill your bag with some good table fare. We don't have a teal season since we raise them apparently. There is talk about letting you open water hunt 4 lakes in the state, but as for now you need to be within vegetation while hunting.
Trying to think of the basics that's unique to us and that's all that's coming to mind right now.
When you come up, bring some of that warm air with you!
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