Waterfowl hunting across Canada; from the sounds of New Foundland to the lakes of Ontario to the vast fields and potholes of the plains to the high artic and the sea duck hunting of the Pacific. Includes Quebec duck hunting, Ontario duck hunting, Manitoba duck hunting, Saskatchewan duck hunting, Alberta duck hunting & all other provinces indluding goose hunting info as well.
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All the folks I've talked with up there tell me they got less than 30% seeded, some much less. The word is that the govt will be paying farmers $50 per acre that went unseeded. Lots of water, very little crop. The western part of the province went pretty much uneffected. The Foam Lake, Fishing Lake, Preeceville, Wadena area was pretty much a disaster. Rained almost every day in May. If you are going, expect lots of hunting pressure on the available cropped land unless you have exclusive hunting rights.
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There should be some winter wheat which might get harvested early and you might find some unharvested moldy peas still on the vines which is good blind cover and a terrific shoot as these will keep the geese on these lucky fields longer.
Other normal crops will not be ready for harvesting until late Sept. Almanac says Oct is a warm and dry month so some fields will be driveable..oh yes the sandhill cranes are there in great numbers and so are the local ducks
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