mr.green wrote:I recently have changed my hours at work allowing me to hunt afternoons on some days. I really have only hunted mornings and dont have a lot of experience hunting afternoons. I didnt know if morning was better than afternoons or not. I went out yesterday to a familiar spot and noticed that the ducks I saw were landing in a different spot than I have ever seen them land. They were in a shallow area that is tucked in to the woods, completely the opposite of where I was. So this spawned some questions. In the afternoon/evening do ducks look for a spot with shelter and a place to hide for the night? Should I use resting decoys rather than active? Is there a difference in calling? Should the feeding chuckle be left out being that they are done feeding for the day? This site has always been a great source of info so any help is appreciated.
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