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Discussion in 'Snow Goose Hunting Forum' started by KEN, Jan 23, 2008.
Time to start a new thread.
strong south wind today, 50 degrees at sunrise, and had birds flying north overhead. I"m sure the freeze line will stop them, but they are starting to head north
Got a report out of MO, 3 guys 39 birds 50% juvie.....all done with mouth calls since the ecallers batterys where dead.
i hunted in NE Ark yesteday and there was very few birds for this time of year. We only saw 3 groups and we drove for 4 1/2 hrs. Just tryin to help out.
41-first 4 day's flying high not working to good, the old circle2-3 times down to 90 yards then bug out.
That's NOT good... There is a massive hunt scheduled for this weekend, south of Jonesboro.
MemphisSB- yea i know that is not good. i did not make it up that far north. furthest north i went was hickory ridge. i quit seein birds so i headed back south and dang if i didnt hardly see anythin south either. i dont know wat this weather is gonna do to em but i dont think theyre gonna come through til middle of next week. post up observations when you get back for us. I have a few contacts in an around the weiner, grubbs areas so i will see if i cant get some info throughout the next couple weeks
no geese in pocohantas/walnut ridge are of arkansas except for a few stragglers. the last geese seen in this area was about the last day of duck season and they were heading south.
I just got done talking to Mr. Lee in N.E Arkansas. the tornadoes missed them.their party got 179 snows yesterday.He said theyre covered up with them.
Stop it...mr lee mr lee