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Went out yesterday morning it snowed all morning an had about 10 a mph wind got one mallard an seen maybe 6 others fly by but not interested in us at all then around 11an on are way out we seen a few more fly by does snowy weather affect hunting at all by making it better or worse. Then we drove around an seen at least 150 coots all swimming together in 1 pond 50 in another an 15 to 20 in another but no ducks
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I dont know about better or worse, but I think its more fun for sure....
Twice in the 8 or so years I have been diver hunting, we got snowed on at Siltcoos lake at the coast. It was amazing, the ducks just came cutting in out fo the white to the decoys.... made for quick shots, but two of my best hunts ever....
I would LOVE to get a COLD COLD front with snow at the coast this year with the 7 bird limit on Bule Bills.... man.... thats a GOOOD time.
We have had OK hunts here int eh snow too, but mainly after the snow in the cols and clear... with snot on the ground... makes a good hunt too.
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