MackieKnife wrote:The moral of the story is...I'm retarded.
go get the bird wrote:Who told you that?
We don't have a late goose conservation season, but some areas are open longer than others, specifically around the river.
Did your buddy tell you that waterfowl hunting in SD is on lottery draw for out-of-staters?
The only duck season still open is West River, and it's open until the 17th.
You are better off hunting in the south, like LA and TX. Go there.
tornadochaser wrote:How are you going to guide when a non resident waterfowl license is only good for 10 days? Guide without a gun? Tribal land?
The hunting is great. Duck numbers were huge this year. The drought had them grouped up. The migration was steady all fall. Goose numbers are through the roof. The downside is we are losing habitat at a rate beyond alarming. Duck production is going to take a big hit this year unless we get some sort of miracle in the form of an abnormally wet spring.
Tapatalkin on my Droid while I should be working.
Duckslayer26 wrote:I would move to SD and become a resident. It only takes a day to become a resident up there. I already have my living arrangements planned and so on.
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