New Migration into So Dak?

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New Migration into So Dak?

Postby Dolsmi » Tue Oct 26, 2010 7:49 pm

With this storm and heavy wind today, is there any sign of new waterfowl migration in the Aberdeen to Watertown and south to De Smet area?
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Re: New Migration into So Dak?

Postby Dolsmi » Wed Nov 03, 2010 3:00 pm

Didn't get any replies, but we put many miles on scouting with very great success.
Tried to shoot only greenheads but we did get a few hen's.
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Re: New Migration into So Dak?

Postby Erie » Thu Nov 04, 2010 8:11 am

OMG that photo is badass :clapping:
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Re: New Migration into So Dak?

Postby ol78hunter » Sun Nov 07, 2010 6:39 pm

I hunt around Brookings, Volga, Bruce, and Sinia. I have killed a ton of ducks this year. I am up to 95 now. Some ducks have just been pushing in. I have been killing a lot of divers.
2010 duck count: White winged scoter-1, Canvasback-3, Redhead-11, Ringneck- 8, Bufflehead-3, Bluebill-1, Ruddy duck-4, Mallard-14, Widgeon-7, Wood duck-14, Gadwall-3, Blue-winged teal-20, Green-winged teal-3, Spoon bill-8
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