OkieDuckFever wrote:Now we just need more rain down in SW OK to fill up the farm ponds down there and it will be a great season.
shoveler_shooter wrote:OkieDuckFever wrote:Now we just need more rain down in SW OK to fill up the farm ponds down there and it will be a great season.
Abundance of water means nothing if we don't get good weather during the season.
LiquidA45 wrote:Duck Whisperer wrote:OKhunter wrote:Duck Whisperer wrote:LiquidA45 wrote:Duck Whisperer wrote:My rail spot had a few 100 teal on it (there were practically zero ducks there the last week of teal season). Also saws a group of 12 Pintails, several spoonie, and a few greys. Local woodies still there also. Saw a fair number of big ducks, but simply didn't pay them much attention as I was in "Rail mode". Hunting buddy, also in Tulsa, said he heard a wad of snows a day or two ago also.
Saw a neck collared Canada at an undisclosed location (park). Couldn't convince my buddy to take a Foiles go at them though
That's funny, I saw one the other day....next to the parking lot at Golds gym. Had the 870 in the trunk but figured I may be seen lol
In all my years, that was the first neck collar I have ever seen. Go figure it was in the middle of Tulsa. Bastard.
My dad went out to my grandparents Sunday afternoon and there were 4 banded geese in the driveway. Go figure right.
On private property???????????? Depredation, nusiance, "I feared for my life - make my day law"?. Joking, as I don't think you could have legally killed them under any of those circumstances (dern them federal laws). Oh well, most likely just resident banded geese; no grand trophy (if they were sequential bands......
Where is Jeff Foiles when you need his opinion???
Shoot Ned!! There coming right for us!!
DucknGoodTime wrote:Mallards, teal, gadwall and pintails
Jerkstring wrote:DucknGoodTime wrote:Mallards, teal, gadwall and pintails
Rick are the #'s still falling holding or swelling. It will be Wed before I can get back down to check my spots since my boat is getting motor upgrades. They were decent a few weeks ago off of the Washita.
mallards&morels wrote:For those of you that are in the eastern part of the state it definitely looks like we'll be getting some good rain on Wednesday. I brushed my blind this past Saturday and saw a lot of woodies and a few gadwall and teal, but that's about it. We need a good polar cold front instead of these pacific fronts that we have been getting.
Jerkstring wrote:I need about 3"-4" of water rise to make mine just right for hunting and some duck numbers
petrotk40 wrote:Scouted Saturday around Keystone, no mallards yet. A few groups of BWT, gaddies, shovelers and pintail. No large numbers though. Found some resident geese, hope to get a few of those. Opening day looks like it'll be slow going
petrotk40 wrote:Well I don't want to leave all those googlers out to dry, he's one of my honey holes
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