I have been bow hunting the iroquois refuge all week long and let me say the water levels are 3 feet above normal and still rising. I have switched to waders to reach my tree stand which is normally a pretty dry walk. I have a permit for tonawanda sunday and the scouting I did thursday of the storm is useless now because its a whole new place. Cattail cover is flat from the snow, trees are down everwhere and the high water levels and hanging trees are very unsafe. I hunt the tonawanda almost daily during the regular season and I am actually quite excited about this year, I hope the raised levels keep it from icing over a little longer and keep some of the skybusters without canoes at home. Hopefully the iroquois will open soon so the birds dont start to seek refuge there and I can get a shot at them for a couple tues, sats and thurs. I plan on scouting the entire area tomorrow so I will follow with another update.