Howdy Gentlemen, Just dropped in to say hello. I was born in Charleston, SC but moved to Minnesota in 1986. I spent the first 29 years of my life hunting and fishing the coast and rivers there. My good friend , a retired marine biologist for the SC DNR still lives there. He was explaining a theory to me that was proposed by another biologist. Supposedly ducks are genetically programmed to migrate to a certain place, much like salmon swimming up to a river to spawn in the same spot they were hatched. Over the years the ducks programmed for that flyway have been shot out or shot in northern states before they even get to SC.
Even though my friend still lives there he does not hunt ducks in SC, He says it is not worth it. He travels to other states to hunt the central and Mississippi flyways. Good luck Guys I know how hard it was to kill a limit of ducks when I lived there . :salude: