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Coming home

Postby EODblaster » Wed Jan 13, 2010 1:49 pm

Hey all. Been in Washington state for 4 years and I am coming home to the buckeye state this spring. I just wanted to know how the duck numbers have been near clevland, and near deer creek. These have been my stomping grounds since I could hold a gun and would like to know how they are doing with the ducks, which is a bird I didn't hunt much as a kid. I see the goose hunters posting good numbers though, gj. :hammer:
Ducks: 37
Mallard: 12
Pintail: 6
Teal: 8
Ringneck: 5
Gadwall: 2
Shoveler: 1
Widgeon: 1
Goldeneye: 1
Woodduck: 1
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Re: Coming home

Postby Botiz630 » Thu Jan 14, 2010 4:24 pm

I cant speak for the Cleveland area, but in the SW corner of the state I can attest that ducks are hard to come by. :lol3:

Late in the season you can kill plenty of Canada's if you can get into a field, though.
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Re: Coming home

Postby HNTFSH » Thu Jan 14, 2010 4:55 pm

You ain't missing anything. State land is over crowded and weather the last couple years has given us hot, dry 1st halves and frozen over 2nd halves. Lake Erie and surrounding I do not hunt much being in Central Ohio.

You'll have a couple seasons to figure out what works but at best it's margin waterfowling. :rolleyes:
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