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Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by Kornfed, Jan 20, 2020.
If they aren't down there get on the CA forum and ask if anyone could host you. There might be some long drives involved but it sure beats going home empty handed.
Last duck I need for my bucket list.
If you’re hunting down around the salton sea find the potholes and you’ll find the cinnies
Gorgeous birds. Highlight of the year if I ever shoot one
Just don't eat them, they taste like mud most of the time.
It's a toss up which are worse eating a Red teal or a Canvasback.
I would have to get both those guys mounted be pretty with one standing and one flying on a table top mount with a few reds in the mix.
Those are purty!
Canvasback in the central valley are some of the best eating birds there are...
I think closer to salt they get on more protein??? Hunting with some hunters in clubs in the grasslands and in more coastal marshes, they say that many of the same birds that are good eating in the grasslands, are terrible in the coastal marshes (including canvasbacks).
Cinnamon teal, gadwall, and spoonies are probably the worst eating puddle ducks there are down here.
Put one on the wall a couple years back.