Inversion Hunts

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Inversion Hunts

Postby montana quackhead » Sun Dec 10, 2006 7:39 pm

Just curious how yall like the inversion hunts. Some aren't blessed with the western MT inversion layer. :laughing: It seems like the ducks tend to like being confused by the foggy layer, but I've had good and extremely poor days hunting in the inversion. I know for one thing, that hoar frost on the willows and trees means one thing, it's chilly. :salude: :salude:
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Postby wingnutty » Sun Dec 10, 2006 8:34 pm

I never did to well hunting when it was foggy in the root, or anywhere else for that matter. About 3 years ago we had a fall that was just socked in with fog for weeks on end. I shot a few birds, but overall it was poor hunting. Yeah, and that frost and fog means one thing: Humid and cold, ain't a worse type of cold than that!
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Postby Troutslayer » Sun Dec 10, 2006 10:05 pm

I heard a lot of bucking on the Bitterroot today while I was out training my dogs. Saw some ducks moving too. It's not all bad, I have had great days under the smog.
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