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I went down to the coast and hunted Trestle Bay this morning. After hunting S.I. so much this season I had forgotten what it was like to have an area to myself. There wasn't a ton of ducks, but I sure had a good time shooting at the ones that were there. We ended up shooting 6 total and missed several more. It was pretty windy and alot of rain, I loved it! The best thing about this spot is that no one ever hunts it. We actually had ducks decoying all morning. I hadn't seen that in awhile. I am glad that I pulled the gun back out of the closet, it was definately worth the drive and a good way to end the season.
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my last day was a couple of weeks ago...glad to hear you got out for one more. i've often thought of hunting trestle bay, but never got that far down.
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Picked up my Dad this morning and headed down to the Woodburn area for a last day hunt. We only saw two mallards about 80 yards off. That was it!! There were very few geese flying. Zero ducks but a fun day with my Pa. Looking forward to next season
PS: Where is Trestle Bay?
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never has the pond been able to decoy birds this late in the season. the highlight of the day was a beautiful drake pintail cupped and in the pond.
10 ducks total, 4 were mine.
thanks be to God
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