I was hell-bent to go today. 3:00 AM, scraped off a little more than 1/8 inch of ice of the windshield. Roads in Tulsa were 50% wet and 50% ice. Wasn't snowing yet, still slight freezing rain. Saw my neighbor coming home from his nightshift job barely get up his driveway in is 4x4, then watched more than one vehicle not be able to move from a dead stop at a red light on FLAT ground - just sat there spinning tires. After a few brake tests at low speeds and sliding not being able to stop, I aborted the hunt. Not knowing what the weather was actually going to do, and it being that nasty the first few miles in town, I decided the 5 ducks weren't worth it.
Killed me seeing the snow covered yard when I woke up. Love hunting in the snow. God how I hate Oklahoma winter weather. Wish it would just bleeping snow; I'll drive all day in snow but put down even a little freezing rain on the roads and it's a whole different game.
Hope nobody hunted my secret spot in my absence
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I just do it.......Duckin' Crazy!
They say there is "a fine line between genious and insanity". That's the line I live on.