skimerhorn wrote:Not sure other than make sure you have some motion in the water, a jerk string or take your foot and make some ripples in the water. Not really sure what your looking for help with? Do some scouting where you want to hunt at first light and see where the birds are, andwhich way they're heading.
sorry the question came off difficult in my first post.
All the hunting i have done has been the birds coming at first light or before dusk to bunker down for the night.
Should i expect these birds to stay flying a little later into the morning.
Sorry guys, I know i shouldn't have to ask these questions if I had been scouting, I just havent had time to get over there and figure out what the birds are doing since this is the last week i can hunt. Just looking to see what i can expect from guys who hunt that way.