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  1. bs2327

    bs2327 New Member

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    Hunted salt valley lake this morning, no shots fired no shots heard.
     
  2. nebgoosehunter

    nebgoosehunter Senior Refuge Member

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    Went solo out to the sandhills this morning. Shot my first four pretty quick and then it took forever to get my last two. Finally had to whack a suzie at the end to get on the road. Finished with two great looking pins, a great looking redhead, a blue wing, gadwall, and mallard.
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  3. Huskers45

    Huskers45 Refuge Member

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    Awesome picture that's some cool country. Good hunt
     
  4. 816

    816 New Member

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    Wow, what an amazing place to hunt.
     
  5. HuskerFowl24

    HuskerFowl24 Refuge Member

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    Well it looks like it would be tough to come up with a less favorable forecast for new birds than what is predicted right now. No chance of any sort of weather up north, southerly winds, with less than ideal moon phase for the next week plus. Bummer
     
  6. kaiserduckhelm

    kaiserduckhelm Senior Refuge Member

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    Central Saskatchewan is still loaded with teal, coot and shorebirds. Arctic bird numbers were low for what we usually see but still plenty to hunt. Duck numbers are unreal!
     
  7. Ducksforu

    Ducksforu New Member

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    Been hunting northern saskatchewan for 3 weeks 1st week lots of snows and they have since moved south. Short necks and mallards have started to move in. Temps here have been warm suppose to be 70 today. Birds have been a little stale here with temps but stale here still is a good day. Heading home in 3 days will try to push a few home.
     
  8. DUC HNTN

    DUC HNTN Senior Refuge Member

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    Hunted Sunday morning in the RWB. Water levels in the marsh that we hunted were much lower than what I had anticipated, but we were still able to hunt it. Didn't see very many birds at all. The two that decided to check out our spread didn't get away. Pretty slow day for us, but still better than not hunting! :reader
     
  9. Jon-Barta

    Jon-Barta Senior Refuge Member

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    Had work off friday so headed up thurs night to get everything ready. Fri morning had a nice NW wind kicking. Drank coffee and watched for first hr of sunrise and one bunch of gaddies high and heading S. The wind was going all day so I figured the crane train would be going, or at least see/hear some. Nothing. No water chickens, no floppies, nothing. only about 15 mallards sitting on one of the wrp ponds, 3-4 teal. Didnt see much of anything on the trip our or back on hw92. Pretty depressing, not looking real good for this weekend. On the up side, the Platte looks real good right now, if they can hold this much water things should be pretty good.
     
  10. Misplaced Badger

    Misplaced Badger New Member

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    Hunted the Big Mo Sat/Sun. Skunked. There were a few birds flying, but not as many as expected. The few that were around have obviously been shot at...would not even glance at the dekes our listen to calls. A few guys down the river were better than me and managed a few, but still pretty slim.
     
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