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Discussion in 'Nebraska Flyway Forum' started by NeLab1, Sep 3, 2013.

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  1. jkern

    jkern Elite Refuge Member

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    I have found that zigzagging through the swamp with decoys on your back is a pretty sobering experience. It's also the recipe for a month long hangover.

    I just can't bounce back the way I used to.:scratch
     
  2. goosehunter140

    goosehunter140 Senior Refuge Member

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  3. Jon-Barta

    Jon-Barta Senior Refuge Member

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    Anybody else check out weatherunderground in North Dakota this morning?
     
  4. jkern

    jkern Elite Refuge Member

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    I take it radar was lit up?

    Season isn't open yet so I havnt been paying attention.
     
  5. Jon-Barta

    Jon-Barta Senior Refuge Member

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    lets just say you tell exactly where the rivers were in multiple counties. Still some pretty big feeds/roosts going as of almost 11am.
     
  6. jkern

    jkern Elite Refuge Member

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    Waiting to see em make that huge push acrossed the boarder then make damn sure I'm in a big spread the next day.
     
  7. spaightlabs

    spaightlabs Elite Refuge Member

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    Sandhills were piling into NE CO last night and all day today. I gotta guess there will be something hot on their heels that will be visiting you guys soon.

    Getcha some!
     
  8. nebgoosehunter

    nebgoosehunter Senior Refuge Member

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    I've been hearing from my buddies about the sandhills going south over Dawes County all week. It's crazy how migration works. I'm in Cheyenne County and its virtually a black hole for visual fall migrants but in the spring its amazing the birds that come back north through here. Since living here I've seen a couple days where big canada's were pushing south and a few flocks of cranes and that's about it. On the other hand, Dawes County where I moved from two years ago, which is three counties directly north is the exact opposite. Amazing fall migration for everything through there but virtually don't see a thing in the spring. Just a simple observation I've made. As for a report, my buddies have shot 28 geese and 18 mallards off an alfalfa field in three days. They have a spot lined up for Saturday with about 500 ducks using it. I may make the trip for this one.
     
  9. goosehunter140

    goosehunter140 Senior Refuge Member

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    83 degrees and we shot Redheads today. What a season ?????:scratch:scratch:scratch
     
  10. habitatman

    habitatman Senior Refuge Member

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    Not many birds around In the basin we hunted this morning. Never heard many shots fired. We need some weather to bring in some new birds.
     
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