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I from the southern illinois area and we're just about completely froze up with the exception of some deep strip pits. I was wondering if the southern states have been getting loaded up with ducks yet or if there are any ducks north of me to look forward to seeing. Our season goes out in a couple of weeks and i was just wondering if there was any way I was going to get any more decent hunts in. We should be thawing out this week b/c its supposed to be above freezing for most of the week.
 

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i'm over in southern indiana.....what i've heard is the lakes up north were still open (as of 2 weeks ago).....birds may be on the move soon...the last few weeks of season may get exciting...i hope
 

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If you don't mind the drive to Texas, come on down!!! That is just "some" pics from the first roll the first part of the season when we were wack'n gadwalls, widgeon and teal. Things are better now and we are taking steady limits of greenheads. I'll have more pics to come!!!
 

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as of last week, there were still a load of ducks on the sioux river here in SD, and our season has been done for a month.ill go out and try to shoo some down to all you southerners. while you all were getting snowed on, we had temps in the 50's-very strange. Jim and I had another hugely sucessfull season, even without the benefit of a good migration. thier on their way, get ready.
 

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I hunt in south texas. As you may have see on the weather channel, it snowed down there in some places for the first time since the early 1900's. It pushed a lot of birds even more south into mexico.
 
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