Yup, I checked some of the other boards and see what you guys are talking about. The first scouts are pushing north. But, this cold snap will probably stop them in their tracks. It looks like the snow line is just north of Tony Toye's spring goose operation in NW Missouri.
I don't have much vacation. So, I don't know exactly what I am going to do yet this spring. I might try to explore some new territory down in Missouri (the licenses are really cheap), hit South Dakota for a weekend, and then maybe get up to North Dakota for a weekend later this spring. I like Nebraska because it is usually pretty dry and it can be nice and warm around March 1. But, it is a long drive down there. Too much for a weekend only. The problem with these weekend trips is I only get to hunt on Sunday and maybe Saturday evening if I am lucky. I'll bet a mid-week trip would really be fun because there would be virtually no one around but the real "hard cores."
By the way, the snow storm we had down here early in the week really did not do much to the Canada geese. I saw a huge flock south of the Twin Cities monday night, heading north.