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Discussion in 'Louisiana Flyway Forum' started by Out of focus, Nov 14, 2020.
Niceeee. Looks like a spot where they get in tight
Nice. So how far was he?
Only one hunt so far, but good.
I’m still waiting on the 21st.
Hunted opening morning for about hour. Wind changed Salvinia moved in and haven’t been able to hunt since. Killed 5 before Salvo moved in. 4 greys 1 teal. Hats off to WLF for neglecting NW La Salvinia problem this past yr. unbelievable. This keeps up NW La won’t have a place to hunt or fish. Keep up the good work guys!!! We contacted them in early Spring but total neglect. They say it’s money, maybe the salaries should be cut to free up money to address problem. Politics in this state is out of control. It would be interesting to see where the spraying occurred this yr. How much was on private waters. Go to Texas side of Caddo and it is sprayed but not on La side. What does that tell you. Sorry for the rant but I’m pissed about the neglect.
Check out the stuff in Maurepas swamp wma back in October. It’s here to stay until salt water intrusion takes place in this ever changing process of evolution.