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Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by seiowa, Mar 26, 2020.

  1. Billy Bob

    Billy Bob Elite Refuge Member

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  2. Billy Bob

    Billy Bob Elite Refuge Member

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    Billy Bob Elite Refuge Member

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  4. Rick Hall

    Rick Hall Elite Refuge Member

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    Will be so before you know it now that half of South Louisiana is hunting there.
     
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  5. FriedPotatoes

    FriedPotatoes Senior Refuge Member

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    Oh I know. We routinely run into those boys at the boat ramp. So far they've been friendly and respectful. They're just as welcome to shoot 2 birds in Oklahoma as they are down south in Louisiana.
     
  6. nebgoosehunter

    nebgoosehunter Senior Refuge Member

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    The Uinta Range in northeast Utah also runs east to west.
     
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    MallardND New Member

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  9. nebgoosehunter

    nebgoosehunter Senior Refuge Member

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    I tried finding pictures showing the landscape as best I could, so some may have birds and some may not. I feel truly blessed to be able to hunt the spots I have, and finding these pictures just reaffirmed that! I have several early season (October-November) spots in the Sandhills of Nebraska. Here a some of those.
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  10. nebgoosehunter

    nebgoosehunter Senior Refuge Member

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    If we get an early freeze up my late season spots can become my mid season spots as well, so basically November-January. I have a spring fed pond I hunt and also several warm water creeks.
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