It really doesn't matter to me how wet it is, but like Tex said, I would rather have it a little dry. But what is killing us, and has been killing us for years now. It's the weather up North. They are having banner years. Weather is moderate, and birds don't migrate. Most of the migration is triggered by food and water. If the breeding grounds and mid states don't get any of the good cold stuff, we will be in trouble again. I talked with a couple of buddies that live in the Dakota's, and was told that they still had Mallards flying around in groups of 500 in Late January, almost 4-6 weeks fafter their seasons was over. They said with normal weather, they are stuggling to find birds in early December.
We need pot holes to freeze up so they can ice skate on them. The fields to have snow about a foot deep. This needs to happen all the way THROUGH Kansas, and northern Okla & Ark would help. Then you would see some GOOD hunting. But with the older muture birds, the migration is about food & water, and they are NOT coming any farther than they haft to, to eat and drink.
So I would like to see it froze over with about a foot of snow down to the Red River. Then in Texas, stay about 40 degrees, with nice sun shiney days.
Ain't ask'n for much, Huh. cooter :salude: