LTMFH wrote:Leave the ponds and lakes dry. Let them grow up with all kinds of food then get the rain in the fall.
Jerkstring wrote:Branches and ponds full to the brim near Holdenville but still only half to 2/3 around Ada. South Candian and the Washita are getting some run in it now.
Duck Whisperer wrote:Saw a coot walking down the middle of my street (residential , in the middle of Tulsa) far away from any "close" pond, during the rain last weekend???????
Been tellin' my Corps' buddies who work in the water control section to hold onto ALL the water....forget about generating electricity. Would be nice to have some water (and vegetation) around this season for a change.
Though the last two seasons in OK were "below average" because of our drought, even with two consecutive record duck number years..........................the poor conditions did seem to thin out the fair weather hunters making it a little better out there for some of us who hunt public.
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