Mud Lake Sauvie island

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Mud Lake Sauvie island

Postby Feather Buster OSU » Thu Nov 10, 2005 12:55 pm

Hey all, I have only hunted on mud lake a few times in the past couple years, I was just wondering if the shootin doesn't start until later in the day there, once the ducks are done feedin on eastside? Is this true or is it just a coincedence?
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Postby Swamp Puppy » Thu Nov 10, 2005 7:26 pm

i haven't hunted SI yet this season, but have hunted in quite a bit in the past few seasons.

normally, a typical shoot would go something like this:

first light..shooting was ok at birds flying all over the place. the morning shoot useually lasted about an hour at the longest and then cooled off. you might pick up a few singles here and there or the odd small flock or so, but not much.

about 9am the shooting picks up again for another hour or so...then dies off.

the noon time is usually slow..then it picks up again for a bit around 1pm and then again at 3pm.

shooting ends at 4pm...then all the ducks fly in. :toofunny:
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Postby JimboPDX » Tue Nov 15, 2005 12:13 am

Hey Feather Buster OSU I hunted it three weeks ago and Swamppuppy is right on. If the weather is windy though....it just stays good! :eek:
Fins, feathers, or fur....it's going down!
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