Greetings everyone! I'm new to OK but not to Refuge Forums; I typically hang out on the habitat forum. I recently moved to OKC having temporarily resided in Texas/Louisiana with my (old) permanent residence being Missouri. I thoroughly enjoy waterfowl hunting, and have heard it can be pretty good here in the state. I am posting for two reasons: 1) I don't want to know any secret spots or honey holes, nor am I even looking for in-depth analysis on specific WDUs, Refuges, etc. I just would like to know *SURFACE LEVEL* what the hunting is like in the certain areas of the state/what to expect. If anyone has experience hunting southeast Missouri you can use that as a comparison, as that's where I've done all my hunting. - Do the ducks tend to follow river systems or are there certain areas of the state that they pass through regardless of water bodies? - Does the state hold birds relatively well or is it more of a quicker pass-through state? - Are the distributions of species pretty similar across the board or are there more X species in one area and more Y species in a different area? 2) I'd love to get to know folks on here, grab a bite or shoot some clays and maybe get in a hunt or two. I'm located in Oklahoma City; pm me if interested.