There have been a lot in Grand Island and just east of there along 80. There just haven't been many hanging out SE of there between 81 and 77 like there normally is. The water was just opening up down there before this cold spell. It's been warmer around grand island so I think they're all just hopping from Kansas up to you. There aren't many feeding flocks at all hanging around when you get much north of Odell until you get up around grand island.
Well travelers and ones that have been holed up there for over a wekk never decoy well. You need the groups that are new, but wanting to feed. The weather is really srewing with that. They either fly right through or get stuck by a front and educate to the area REAL fast. Have you noticed that the flocks seem quieter this year? We've only had one 'roaring' flock come in on us. Thinking about turning the callers down a bit.
2009/10 Season Totals:
and my very first deer, should have done it decades ago