sehunter1 wrote:If you can observe them without spooking them I would dedicate a morning to study what they do. Are they roosting there, showing up to loaf or just stopping in for a drink? In my experience your best bet is to let themeave on their own then slip in with six or so of your cleanest best looking decoys, hide very well and let them trickle back in. If they show up daily I may not even take decoys.
franchifowler wrote:good luck! sounds like a fun little honey hole if it gets used all season. keep quite on where it is or it won't be good for long!
bdub20 wrote:Always exciting to try out a new spot. Hopefully you can sneak in on them. Who else will be out Turkey Day weekend?? I'm excited since it's our opener down here in the south zone. We might be out Thanksgiving morning.
MOduckMOfun wrote:Well guys, thanks for the help! I ended up having a good hunt.
Observed what they were doing and realized they were going out to feed all day on acorns and coming back at dusk. When they came back this time, they had quite the surprise in store. I couldn't reload my gun fast enough. They were gun shy, or decoy shy. I'd shoot and they'd just come back around. It was amazing. Definitely wish I could do it again.
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