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Discussion in 'Georgia Flyway Forum' started by svalmand, Jan 21, 2004.
That was Rivers question!
no, I only hunted the Coosa once this year. It seems that some trees had fallen in front of the mouth of King Creek? I wonder how that happened? Anybody heard of such? I don't hunt it much, but one of my friends usually does. The one day I did go, there were lots of people no birds. There were all those pintails, but they weren't in season yet!
HaHa, you sure the trees had fallen?
Thats my buddies land. . . . we hunt back in that cove.
That is a sweet place, but a pain to get to when the water is down.
I'm pretty sure the trees had fallen. They tend to do that when a chainsaw gets to them. We didn't hunt it when they were across, just heard it was that way and saw the remnants of the trees.
you should holler at me river we are going to try to bust some geese this weekend!
I'll give you a shout this afternoon.
Where are you located in Alpharetta. I'm over here too. We'll have to grab a beer or something.
They're gone now, that place hasnt produced the last 3 years like it used too. Although produced is a very loose term when you are refering to the Coosa river and Georgia duck hunting.