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Re: Opening day

Postby Kurt » Fri Nov 20, 2009 2:03 pm

vapor300 wrote:I dont know if this us true or not, but we heard that the river up there is out of its banks and there is 100 miles of flooded crops underwater and is holding a 3rd of the mallards of the whole mississippi flyway. Can anyone confirm that?


Completely not even close to true if you are talking about the missouri river. That cant even happpen since all the damns controll the water on the resivors here anyway. There is not crap here for ducks right now waiting for the migration to start some time.
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Re: Opening day

Postby vapor300 » Fri Nov 20, 2009 7:21 pm

All the damns on the MO river??? I only thought there was 1? I dont know what river they where talking about, thats just what i heard.
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Re: Opening day

Postby fastloadskill » Sat Nov 21, 2009 9:22 pm

I drove around to my usual spots tonight looking for a spot for tomorrow, didn't see ANY ducks. How far north are they? I was between Bridgewater and Madison, and farther north.
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Re: Opening day

Postby Kurt » Mon Nov 23, 2009 8:11 am

there is hardly any ducks up in walworth and campbell countys right now so they are still north of us. There are fort peck,lake oahe, lake sharpe, francis case there might be one more but 4 damns for sure. Ya who ever told you that was on the wacky tabacky
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