I'm going to start off by saying that there are some birds in my neck of the woods. I suspect that many are leftovers from the first segment. We have 100 acres more or less of flooded timber. There is less water than on opening weekend. There are about 200 to 250 birds using our property with half being greenheads, the rest wood ducks and teal. Go one morning and spot the area they are lighting in and be there the next morning. No dekes, that is a sure sign to not land there. they are so shy they light away from real ducks being vocal in the morning. Calling is a bad idea in most cases considering that. After 8:00 no birds observed in the air except for those that have been spooked up. They is lass ans less pressure it seems with each trip for folks giving up on them. I would say most hunters are not local and are in field pits. Only a few fields in the surrounding area with good sounding shooting action and not much repeat business after that. I'm not going to gripe about there being no birds, When I woke up at 3 am Sat morning it was warmer in Chicago that it was in Memphis, so its the lack of cold weather, IMO.