It’s been so so, with all this water we have, the fields are flooded, and all the ponds are full, they can be anywhere. I’ve notice that some are full of corn when they come to roost I hope that’s the case, and not that their numbers are down, that would stink.
Saturday was a strange one; the only thing that came into my decoys was a doe and fawn. I was hunting a sand bar, and they came running out about 20yds down from me, and didn’t stop until they were standing in the middle of my decoys. I knew right then and there it wasn’t going to be a good day. lol
Yesterday was better. I went for a night hunt, and the river was filled with broadies. The thing is I took only mallard and goose decoys. The broadies just wouldn’t come in that last 10yrd, but by the end of the day I ended up with 2 drake mallards, 1 drake black duck, 1 drake gadwall, and a pair of broadies and one of the mallards had a leg band, over all it was a good day. OH, and I got soaked to the bone, but that’s duck hunting. lol
So today I filled my boat with broadbill decoys and I went to the same spot, in hopes that it would be a repeat of yesterday, WRONG same bind, same wind, but no birds, at lease broadies. I didn’t take my goose decoys and that’s all that flew, but that’s duck hunting. lol
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