tornadochaser wrote:Double, depending on weather, you will probably see a mix of local ducks and some calendar migrators. Should be plenty of gadwall, spoonies, local mallards, some teal, and some divers around. Should be a fair number of geese around too. Scouting will be key, as the local birds will have been pushed around a little bit by then.
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go get the bird wrote:Better yet, stop in to any coop or Ag. business and just ask for a plat book. Most places will give you a free one. Be advertise in our counties, so they give us like 50 of them. I usually keep three. One in the truck, at work, and at home. I try to keep the surrounding counties as well.
Full Force Five wrote:Great Ideas, I just buy mine but next time i'm in a county where I don't have a plat book I'll stop by. I would never hunt SD without one. The land owners are so hard to find some/most of the time. It really takes several trips to get to know a certain area. There is a lot of public area as well if you want to go that direction.
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