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Southern Alberta

Postby pmahler » Thu Dec 22, 2011 1:35 am

Even though your season is over guys are there still birds up there? We havent seen the big push this year & given the mild temps & lack of snow in your province I figured the football size mallies were still working their way down here....SLOWLY.

Anything you could add would be helpful
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Re: Southern Alberta

Postby Beerzerker » Wed Jan 04, 2012 9:15 am

I doubt it. I am a retired albertan, and I can tell you that by now there would be little or no open water... at least all the lakes will be frozen enough to drive on em. Rivers maybe open, but not consistently.
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