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Rates?

Postby Booney3721 » Mon Dec 07, 2009 8:21 pm

I was thinking about hunting a dried field that normally holds water but hasnt this year, would me taking a brown tarp and cutting some slit into it and placing decoy in it with some weeds around it really work on brining some ducks to me?
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Re: Rates?

Postby WisconsinWaterfowler » Mon Dec 07, 2009 8:59 pm

I dont know much on this subject but I believe if you do it you should use a black tarp. Also I would do it after it rains. I believe that ducks look for flooded fields after it rains and if water magically appears in a field I dont know how the ducks would respond to it. Again though I dont really know much on this subject.
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Re: Rates?

Postby Booney3721 » Mon Dec 07, 2009 11:20 pm

why black? i mean this field when the water has flooded its brown water
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Re: Rates?

Postby aunt betty » Thu Dec 23, 2010 5:57 pm

If you fly over a lake, pond, or flooded field. From far up it looks black.
The ocean is different and some lakes are blue or green but in general they look black. It you wrinkle the plastic it looks like waves. This technique is used for field hunting Canada geese and is called a "false pond".
I don't see why it wouldn't work on ducks.
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Re: Rates?

Postby Papachessie » Sat Dec 25, 2010 4:44 pm

aunt betty wrote:If you fly over a lake, pond, or flooded field. From far up it looks black.
The ocean is different and some lakes are blue or green but in general they look black. It you wrinkle the plastic it looks like waves. This technique is used for field hunting Canada geese and is called a "false pond".
I don't see why it wouldn't work on ducks.

Muddy water in a crop field looks brown and here on DHC we like to call it a PLOND.
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Re: Rates?

Postby jgoetz » Fri Dec 31, 2010 4:23 am

I believe we have one member on this site that is an expert in this area. See his posts on plonding.
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