We had a september teal season here in oklahoma I didn't get to get out and hunt because my dad said he wanted to wait until the first freeze to get rid of tics mites parsites stuff like that. Is that a superstition or a real theat?
teal season is prety fun just because it lasts later in the day....7:13 pm this year....i have changed the way i hunt teal in southern indiana....
i shove my canoe in the weeds and hide in the bushes....no decoys...no calling...just lay in wait....the tough part around here is that woodies are moving around also...but you cant shoot them.....a quick eye on the shape of the head connected to a quick trigger finger can get you a few teal
....no ticks and mites....i joke sometimes about leeches and the mosquitos....same size around here just one of them flies....
We've been there, and want to be there again waiting for the teal buzz finding you with coffee in one hand and a honey bun in the other!
9 days is better'n none. We don't hurt'em enough population reduction wise not to have at least 15 days :mrgreen: coinciding with the early goose de-population. :toofunny:
Even avid bird watchers don't like stepping in lakeside goose "goo poo". Tuff ****. They should take up golf. A long ball driven hitting a golf course goose dropping him stone dead is comparable to our 15 day nuisance season's chances of de-populating the "problem" birds.
Nice photo dukhnter7 This year I went once, and got zip teal or "problem"
geese. I did my part for the goose problem. Maybe I should take up golf. :hammering: :thumbsup: :laughing: :smile:
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