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Hearing a lot of chatter that the big ducks are finally down over in the southwest. Sounds like Mallard madness. Can anyone confirm this? I've got a lease in Gum Cove south of Vinton that gets mallards on strong cold fronts but haven't checked during the split. Just wanted to find out what to expect this weekend.
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Can't speak to your area, but we had a nice mallard show in our NE Cameron parish marsh this morning. But the way our first split went, I'm afraid to get too excited about it...
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Saw many groups of big ducks including mallards Wednesday. Should be an interesting second split.
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I haven't been to my lease in sw Cameron/PI. I'm hoping these ducks have finally shown up for us. Anyone have any reports from that area?....Not that it really matters. I'll b out there tomorrow and Sunday no matter what. Just wondering what to expect so I know how many people to hunt. This year, I've really focused on hunting the appropriate amount of guns for the birds we have. Two guys shooting 12 feels a ton better than 4 guys shooting 15.
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Missouri has lost 500K mallards in the last ten days. I'm sure more than a few made it to La.....
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