Phenomenal morning for us and the best hunt of the season thus far. Saw a pile of birds, a little over half mallards, tons of gadwall, good numbers of wigeon, pins, and green wings, and a smattering of other species. Most birds took off at LST somewhere else but it was a fairly steady flight until we were done. I think the longest we went without seeing a bird may have been 10-15 minutes. Every 30 minutes or so, huge groups would appear out of no where in the snow and bomb right into the marsh we were hunting. Most everything worked pretty well, but decoys kept getting covered in snow and our open water kept slushing up too, so I think that was hurting us a bit. We started out with no mojos and birds worked good that first half hour but after that they were being picky, so I threw two out and it actually seemed to help. Wigeon and pintails were super skittish and would not work. The one pin I shot though was the lead of a group of 20 mallards that decoyed in so he was the first bird to get shot. We ended up with 6 mallards, 6 gadwall, 3 wigeon, 1 blue wing, 1 redhead, and 1 pintail. Always fun hunting in the snow, and it never seems that cold when the action is good!