Early winter..

Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by por boy, Jul 18, 2017.

  1. Mean Gene

    Mean Gene Elite Refuge Member Flyway Manager

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    I'm seriously considering bugging out Monday. I'n not sure I want to sit here for 2 weeks and hope to get in 4-5 days of fishing out of that, especially when I've got things to button up in Oregon?California before I head to South Dakota.
     
  2. Fsbirdhouse

    Fsbirdhouse Senior Refuge Member

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    Well, If you drop down this way before Thursday drop in and say hello.
    Give me a couple hours lead time with a call before you do!
     
  3. Ravenanme

    Ravenanme Elite Refuge Member

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    See Gene that's the good part about being RETIRED , before you get just TIRED ! :l
    Surely you'll have plenty of time to relax while driving across country and going WEST before EAST , kinda tells the story ?
    Have a Safe trip both ways , as I think your anticipation of a early winter could be right ! OR , those mighty Headwinds going east can be a Bummer .
     
  4. Mean Gene

    Mean Gene Elite Refuge Member Flyway Manager

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    The real bummer is three major weather forecasting agencies all have a differing "opinion" of what's going to happen over the next 2 weeks. I'd hate to leave early and miss some really good fishing weather, but at the same time I don't to stick around just to watch it get wet and freeze. Choices, choices, choices. :l:l
     
  5. Fsbirdhouse

    Fsbirdhouse Senior Refuge Member

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    I guess we've had nice wet Septembers before, and I guess we've had pretty cool ones as well, but to have both?
    Not exactly what I visualize as a typical Rocky Mountain Indian Summer, but I'll take it over one in the 80*s
     

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