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Why is this forum so dead??

Postby purdueguy » Fri Nov 16, 2018 7:31 am

I just don't understand why there are never any new posts. I check daily, but there's nothing. Just curious why no one posts anything
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Re: Why is this forum so dead??

Postby GreenHead Hunter1984 » Sat Nov 24, 2018 8:37 pm

I always wondered the same thing
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Re: Why is this forum so dead??

Postby Big Flounder » Wed Nov 28, 2018 8:32 am

I've always wondered the same thing as well. I know the "other message board" sees a little more activity in its Indiana forum but for some reason it's always quiet over here.


Here in the northeast part of the state, I haven't been seeing much for birds. Anyone else having some luck?
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Re: Why is this forum so dead??

Postby HNTFSH » Wed Nov 28, 2018 12:30 pm

Too many lurkers and cyber scouters and not enough posters.
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Re: Why is this forum so dead??

Postby Slack Tide » Thu Nov 29, 2018 10:34 am

So tell me what I need to know about Indiana. How's that? I literally had to look at a map to remember where it was. Go!
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Re: Why is this forum so dead??

Postby purdueguy » Thu Nov 29, 2018 5:34 pm

Big Flounder wrote:I've always wondered the same thing as well. I know the "other message board" sees a little more activity in its Indiana forum but for some reason it's always quiet over here.


Here in the northeast part of the state, I haven't been seeing much for birds. Anyone else having some luck?



I live in the North West but am currently in Central IN for school. Whenever I go home I have been having good luck, but down here in Central IN I am not seeing hardly any birds around.
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Re: Why is this forum so dead??

Postby purdueguy » Thu Nov 29, 2018 5:36 pm

Slack Tide wrote:So tell me what I need to know about Indiana. How's that? I literally had to look at a map to remember where it was. Go!


Only thing you need to know is there ain't crap for ducks here, and there isn't many places here to hunt lol
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Re: Why is this forum so dead??

Postby Big Flounder » Fri Nov 30, 2018 8:06 am

purdueguy wrote:
Big Flounder wrote:I've always wondered the same thing as well. I know the "other message board" sees a little more activity in its Indiana forum but for some reason it's always quiet over here.


Here in the northeast part of the state, I haven't been seeing much for birds. Anyone else having some luck?



I live in the North West but am currently in Central IN for school. Whenever I go home I have been having good luck, but down here in Central IN I am not seeing hardly any birds around.



The northwest part of the state is always a lot better than the rest of it for ducks. Not seeing a whole lot of birds in my area but there are some starting to show up a little bit.
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Re: Why is this forum so dead??

Postby HNTFSH » Fri Nov 30, 2018 8:47 am

purdueguy wrote:
Slack Tide wrote:So tell me what I need to know about Indiana. How's that? I literally had to look at a map to remember where it was. Go!


Only thing you need to know is there ain't crap for ducks here, and there isn't many places here to hunt lol


Well that answers your 1st post! :lol3:
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Re: Why is this forum so dead??

Postby purdueguy » Sat Dec 01, 2018 1:09 pm

Big Flounder wrote:
purdueguy wrote:
Big Flounder wrote:I've always wondered the same thing as well. I know the "other message board" sees a little more activity in its Indiana forum but for some reason it's always quiet over here.


Here in the northeast part of the state, I haven't been seeing much for birds. Anyone else having some luck?



I live in the North West but am currently in Central IN for school. Whenever I go home I have been having good luck, but down here in Central IN I am not seeing hardly any birds around.



The northwest part of the state is always a lot better than the rest of it for ducks. Not seeing a whole lot of birds in my area but there are some starting to show up a little bit.


Yeah I’ve figured that out this year lol
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Re: Why is this forum so dead??

Postby badbowtie » Mon Dec 10, 2018 12:47 pm

More and more discussions, for sales posts, etc have migrated to Facebook groups.
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Re: Why is this forum so dead??

Postby handyandy » Mon Dec 10, 2018 2:22 pm

I post on dhc pretty regularly but rarely the indiana forum as I rarely have anything specific to post about indiana. I don't post much about the indiana hunts cause most of them suck. I really rarely post about my hunts as I don't care to boast about the few good hunts, and I don't care to post up about crap hunts. The few good hunts that happen I don't care to divulge where or when they take place and buddy and myself have spent some considerable time hunting/scouting to figure it out. Places I'm considering scouting/hunting that are new to me I don't care to post about either cause I don't want to attract more to them. The duck hunting in indiana isn't that good, so I don't care to make it crowded. I don't mind sharing with people I know or taking someone if I don't have someone to go with, but I just don't ever have anything to post about indiana in general. I'll say the western side of the state is better. This year hasn't been bad so far the excessive rain fall has flooded out an area that can produce for me when it floods.
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