JON wrote:Big time waterfowlers from the central flyway don't always go scouting, but when they do, it is on the Internet.
whistlingwings wrote:JON wrote:Big time waterfowlers from the central flyway don't always go scouting, but when they do, it is on the Internet.
This guy JON is one of the few a#@*#&)s in Oregon, or he's just a 12 year old kid that enjoys trolling hunting forums. Check out http://oregonhuntingmap.com/ for a good start scouting.
Dig into the Oregon bird regulations. Find summer lake. I'll be there this Tuesday through Saturday 22nd - 26th. Camped at river camp on the WA. Free camping. Terrible weather but a few birds are around in the sunshine. Gold 07 dodge 2500 with cap. TT with yellow stripe. Snow geese are the main target. Not everyone here is a poor Drollwiscoduck wrote:Hey guys. I have just recently moved to Medford, OR from Wisconsin. I am a big waterfowler but haven't really gotten my feet wet out here. I am not looking for secret spots or anything but some direction and advice. Maybe even finding a hunting partner would be great. I have spent a lot of my time hunting the Mississippi and have some great experience when it comes to duck hunting. Any help would be great.
JON wrote:The amusing part is that you think I'm trolling. I am actually quite serious. Internet scouters are almost as pathetic as the folks who give them information.
labsforme wrote:Jon, Paid my dues.Not name dropping. I call them when I want to say hi.Don't hunt the wildlife area any more.Have a good season.
wiscoduck wrote:Thanks to those who have given some pointers it is much appreciated. Just a FYI the whole hunting partner thing wasn't a ruse I seriously would like to hunt with people because as any waterfowler knows half the fun in the field is the jokes and sharing the experience. Not to mention combining of equipment and splitting up the work helps. Thanks again.
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