Yea, snowquester 2013 was a bust. I spent the whole day pushing around slush instead of hunting. We got out Tuesday though for a nice last day for 3 of us. Started the morning by watching about 1000 migrators flying high and north. It came to the point that we didnt sit down in the blinds, just stood there and waved at them if they were too high. Lefty had to run to work, so we picked up and switched field dekes out for floaters. My friend Josh and I put the gear down in our evening spot, went and got wings and went bowling for the afternoon. It was funny that we were all decked out in camo during "senior citizen bowl". Every lane except us looked like they were straight from the retirement home. After a few rounds, we made our way back and set up our last evening hunt on the property we were at. It would be the last time we hunted there after over 10 years of hunting it for us, and his family had hunted it long before that. The city had annexed it, and developement was closing in, owners told us it would be the last season. The pit blind had a ground hog that had made it its home, and this summer the pond will be filled. It was a monumental hunt for him im sure, since it had so many memories, many ducks and geese taken. We managed 6 geese, and were treated with a beautiful duck show after shooting time. While out in my kayak picking up decoys, I had wood ducks, teal, pintail, tons of mallards and blacks, wigeon, and more geese landing within 5 yards of me for half an hour. We left 1 lone goose floater in the middle of the pond as a salute to that spot. Now its on to fishing! Got my lines rigged up last night and battery on the boat charged for Saturday! Tight lines gents, til August my friends! Dont forget to put a wood duck box or mallard tube out this spring!
does having multiple screen names on a forum and having a conversation with yourself make you an extra special rock star hunter?