Had a pretty good day this past weekend with everything locked up. We found open water and shot some birds we normally don't see in this area. Crazy thing was that we hardly saw any of the birds we normally see. Only 1 group of mallards and a few woodies, no geese. It seems everything stayed seated or either moved out. That said, stuff is a thawing. Trying to get a gauge for what folks expect. Do you expect birds to "pile" back into their favorite hole after the thaw or do you think they've adapted a new routine/moved on? Theoretical I know, just looking for opinions since we rarely see freezing like this.