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Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by Flyfisher, Aug 15, 2019.
If it flies, it dies!!!!
Depends on the light conditions and all, but we see a lot of Pintail here so most guys don’t have a problem with ID.
I ain't starving neither is my family. Pass.
When the USFWS and CADFW get off their arses and give us 3, I’ll be more selective. 1 a day dies whether hen or drake. ;-)
At first light I’m looking for green, if birds are moving around... I’m pretty selective then because I think there’s a greenhead working into the call just out of vision in the early morning twilight... once the sunrise is established and I have a total 360 awareness then we’ll consider shooting hens, teal and the whatever’s
No. Let her go. There will be some bulls along at some point.
Hen Spoonie seems to be my go to first light bird.....
We've a few here, too:
But the OP and I both said "first light" - and, while I suspect this venerable panel more serious about their birds than the rank and file, I don't even believe "most guys" among the general waterfowling population could tell an unaccompanied pintail hen from an unaccompanied gray hen in decent light..
Gray ducks get a pass also.
Pass, at the end of the day one duck isn’t a big deal. To each there own usually an opportunity for a bull will come along.