surf ox,.........they were there as of last week. Saw few if any this evening. I'm a late arrival for my mine refuge survey because 919 goes 470 miles before I get it,....... lately.
The local gathering herd of Canadas only go 1/4 to 1 mile to harvested corn fiels next to the mine. Do you go out there to watch them. Oak Hill and head East.
I never see much hunter activity where you mention along 57's old channel for some reason. Maybe they know something we don't. Now that the woodies have left Dodge for Pine Bluff.
Last year Steve Ford had an article on tresspass on backwaters. My view is; Ownership and leases above land inundated with flooding has some, like me wondering, can water be dry land? Not hardly! The water is owned by the state and it's people if it moves via river or stream. Lakes qualify if on state property. A judge would rule in favor of the landowner no doubt. My thoughts? Go anyway and let God sort it all out.
They have tried this at Oatsville for the last four or five years. The blinds are steel in that area for good reason.