I've been hunting across Saskatchewan and a bit in East Alberta for a week every fall since 2006. We've hunted snows every year while we're up there. We've hunted small flocks of 500 snows in rolling hill and surrounding forest terrain. We've also hunted recently in very flat terrain with effectively no trees. The fields we hunt in the flat terrain areas typically have 20,000 to 50,000 snows. The limit fields we've had are typically more rolling hill terrain with 2,000 to 10,000 snows fielding in it. We've also done well in areas that have more trees. My thesis is the flat terrain with no trees have been tougher for us because as soon as a flock lands within 4 miles of you they will pull all flocks in the area to that field. There are too many snows and they are too easily seen from long distances. The areas with lower long distance visibility and fewer birds seem to be the most productive. Has anyone else had similar experiences in the fall in SK? What's been your ideal terrain / field surroundings, number of birds in the field, etc? No specific areas please, just general info. We're going to test this out by hunting two very different areas in early October this season. Any insights or opinions are appreciated!