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Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by Long Shot, Dec 17, 2019.
What will bag limits & season length look like next season?
Probably only one mallard in the AF
The prairie pothole has never gone into winter with as much extra water as we did this year. Even if we got no snow at all we would be sitting pretty for production next year and if we get a wet winter we're going to be into holy crap territory really quick!
Same here in Wisconsin. I know we don't produce near what the PPR does, but we had our second record precipitation year in a row. We have wetlands starting to form in many depressions in fields. We already have half our normal winter snow fall by the 15th of December. Could be a very interesting spring up here. Lake Michigan was up 2 feet this year over last. With a 100"+ snow winter we could well see another 2 foot rise. It will play havoc on our infrastructure and change some ecosystems quite a bit.
Don't know about the seasons but I think ducks are trending a bit downward from what I saw at the duck factory the last 2 falls.the overall numbers are going to take a hit due to them getting/staying on the wintering grounds longer where the Americans can have at em.i hope the extra water helps em.
Its bad enough here only thing on the menu is divers and we have a decent amount of geese so far and old reliable sea ducks
My corn has more water in it than ever before and I’ve also shot more limits.
your think that’d be the correlation there but the real kicker is i trapped all the crawdad out my peepaw’s cow pasture so I’ll hold ducks til Feb next year. Sorry not sorry.