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Need some info about the Oak hammock area. Crop news, waterfowl outlook, anything. We are coming the 1st of Oct and would like any info. Thanks.
New birds make us all better hunters...eh.
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We've had a tonne of rain the last few weeks. Some crops got taken off before the rain came but there are still fields with crop in them. Many fields have standing water in them as well and we're supposed to get more rain later this week.
There are birds around now but by the time you get here there will be lots more. Be prepared for a lot of mud.
Saddle up boys! Bring ammo and jerky.
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Good amount coming in. Went yesterday and had goose galore and some flocks of ducks. The field we got has a good pond due to rain, hopefully it staves off till this weekend. Water may cause problems setting up during the day or night before as the ducks/geese may not even leave to go to the marsh. Pretty early season but thwe weather is getting cold...
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I was at Oak Hammock the other day and they said there were over 60,000 canada's there. There are very few snows around now. They should arrive shortly. I mainly hunt marshes and the duck numbers are the best I have seen in years around here.
Weather is supposed to be warm and dry for the next week. Should help dry things up. It is still very wet here. No one driving in the fields yet.
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