Jesse Jaymes wrote:300 by 200 yards. Part shin deep bear grass. Chin deep or better in center. Kinda U shaped. Hunting a long corner of the U. Was farther across than expected. Knocked down a drake and guessed he was hammered so we left him lay as more birds were working. Digging him out 20 min later revealed it was well over 60-70 yards to beargrass edge.
To the other guy, I know you're trying to help. But I said No wind. Does it make any difference in what exact portion of NE WA? It's not Potholes. And we are a good ways from Spokane....and the season has only been open 3 days. Also said no pressure.
kcidkcus wrote:What part of NE Washington? What's the big secret of where you are located? I have a field loaded with puddlers and need a group of guys to hammer them before they leave. Thinking maybe we could have a DHC shoot.
beretta24 wrote:If its a small chunk of water that they've been using every day, and if you can shoot across it I wouldn't use more than 4-5 dekes, especially if its calm.
The more dekes, the more that's different than the last time they were there and the more stuff stirring still that should be moving.
If I know they'll be back and there isn't much traffic to work I wouldn't put out a thing.