Teal reports?

Discussion in 'Louisiana Flyway Forum' started by Duck Enticer, Sep 9, 2019.

  1. Duck Enticer

    Duck Enticer Elite Refuge Member

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    Here's mine. It's hot!!! Went and took a look the other day and found myself nearly wallowing in the mud to stay cool. I did see a few teal flying, but not much. We saw a flock of black bellies and fulvous flying around. How's that special season for Whistler's coming around Steel 3's? Of course that's normal for the teal though, usually don't see much until people start shooting anyway. My buddy is seeing a few off of 14 around Lake Arthur You guys' seeing any?
     
  2. Rick Hall

    Rick Hall Elite Refuge Member

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    In good numbers, only on Illinois Plantation. Saw seven on two of the four mornings we were setting and fishing gator lines on Cherry Ridge and am yet to see one over our marsh. But our marsh is another spot they're generally rare before the shooting starts elsewhere.
     
  3. DU4life

    DU4life Senior Refuge Member

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    Lots of birds on the plant. Lots of birds in sweetlake. Saw good numbers north of the interstate and also heard of a good concentration in thornwell.
     
  4. Rick Hall

    Rick Hall Elite Refuge Member

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    We had six over that way yesterday.
     
  5. cajunduck man

    cajunduck man Senior Refuge Member

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    I've seen a couple of flocks in Little Cheniere but more black bellies and fulvous than anything else.
     
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    borntohunt Senior Refuge Member

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    black bellies and fulvous are the same species
     
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  8. Rick Hall

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    Saw three high and hauling little south bunches of maybe 30-40 over our marsh yesterday. Things are picking up...
     
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  10. Duck Enticer

    Duck Enticer Elite Refuge Member

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    Me and a buddy went and checked cameron prairie and saw teal where two of the blinds are. Jumped about half dozen/dozen out of each hole. Lots of Northeast winds in the forecast, so we should be getting birds. And I would think seeing just a few in each water hole is a good sign for the marsh. I haven't even starting organizing myself other than getting my waders out of the shed. Friday will be a blitzkrieg...
     

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