weukolar wrote:You will have the best luck on fence lines or waterways. You will get a few in the middle of a field but you will flare 90% of them.
noweil wrote:set my BLINDS off to the side of my decoys about 20-25 yards where the birds will be working .
cut_un wrote:I think attempting to hide your layoust with a few decoys will help, also...if you can, take a small shovel along & dig your layouts in can help too.(low profile)..you have very little to hide in that getting down & dirty can help as well.Takes a few mins to do and fill the holes in when you are finished may help ......
[/quote]weukolar wrote:This guy probably doesn't hunt in Oklahoma wheat fields where there is 1/4 of winter wheat with red dirt to hide in. Most people that give advise on winter wheat live up north and it doesn't carry over to Oklahoma unless you can find a no till drill wheat field with stubble or get lucky and hunt a field that hasn't had cattle grazing it.
If the birds are on the field they will move a few hundred yards to a fence line but put out a lot of decoys.
I don't agree with this. I always try to be where the birds want to be and it is usually out away from fences and most forms of cover. In short cover like wheat stubble, chopped silage fields, or winter wheat I like to set my decoys off to the side of my decoys about 20-25 yards where the birds will be working right to left or left to right in front of me. Lots of other guys hide there blinds with decoys but I like to set my blind off to the side of the landing area.
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