Nahh, not greedy. Most native hunters don't even pick up a gun until right now, with 1-2 weeks left before freezeup. They will fill their freezers for the winter (they do this all in the spring as well when the birds come back up north), and make sure the elders and community church larders are full as well. They are less concerned with the sport of duck hunting, rather the food supplied by duck hunting. Different mentality, and it took me a few years of hunting up here to accept it. If anything, a very pure use of the resource. I've seen 150+ ducks get distributed to family, friends and elders within an hour after a hunt, and its pretty nice to see the smiles and get the thank-yous from them. Time for me to stop typing and get my stuff together for today's hunt.