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Discussion in 'Canadian Hunters Forum' started by mrmallerd, Sep 12, 2014.
Sure is awful quiet. How is the hunting north of the border
My farmer friend just sent me a pic of roughly 40K Snows in a cut Wheat field they just combined yesterday. Said birds are just starting to show up. Working on the Decoy trailer this weekend. 2 1/2 weeks from now and we are gone.
We will try to leave a few for you of the 40K. Our report from last night, low -1C and lots of Snows and Cranes with 3 pea fields harvested.
1400 miles straight North from the house. Trailer, and gear ready to go along with the dogs.
Dennis S. (Rio Rancho, NM)
'Got the peas out just before the rain.
Now, have to wait for it to dry-out and go, again when weather and moisture content on barley is right.
We are two days in the books. Big honkers have been real hard to get in tight. Snows are starting to migrate over the last two days. harvest is approximately 15% in. Most birds are
In the harvested peas. ducks are not in the fields they are staying in the marshes
WCH - Must Have Photos!!
Major migration last night and today of snows and specs all day long so everyone coming up should be able to them. Harvest over the two days has picked up with weather hot and sunny Shot a honker today with one lower leg go e and healed over.
Snows poured in overnight. Friends report first new 2 man 100 bird limit of the year!
Wow that is sweet ...... rumor has it a group of 4 guys limited out on whitey on the Alberta SK border yesterday. 200 birds in a hour and a half... Looks like 50 bird limits are doable. I am going to have to travel to AB or MB to do that but it is worth it Sask will be stuck with the 20 a day for at least another 2 years before it gets revisited by the Feds..
Lots of birds moved in the last day or so, Oak Hammock is full of snows, Ross, Canadas and ducks!