NE Seasons thus far

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  1. Dog tired

    Dog tired Refuge Member

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    how has everyone's season been thus far? mine has been productive, but slow due to work. the few cold snaps we've had have produced new birds and I've been able to fool a modest amount. anyone having and above average or below average year?
     
  2. bill finn

    bill finn Senior Refuge Member

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    Average here, hunting with a couple of young guys that make me feel young again.
     
  3. mmasuperman12

    mmasuperman12 Refuge Member

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    been a good year, more expansion of the hunting area brings more challenges and so far better results. only one close call with a rock in an unfamiliar place so far got lucky and stopped before any damage. very happy with the new boat set up this year as well.
     
  4. Mr.Bones

    Mr.Bones New England Moderator Moderator

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    Been trying to balance between work, bow hunting and duck hunting -LOL
    Had a good early season but with warm weather- was hard to get into while the fishing was good as well!
    But with the colder temps - seems that the birds have been showing up.
     
  5. Mike the fox

    Mike the fox New Member

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    Did very well early on. Hunted from New Hampshire to northern Maine. Slowed down in central Maine for me at least. Couple more weeks and we’ll be after the eiders!
     
  6. num70

    num70 Elite Refuge Member

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    Out here on the coast of MA is s-l-o-w.
    I think that last storm blew what few birds we had inland.
    Just seeing a few flocks of teal here and there.
    Even the park ducks don't seem plentiful.
     

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