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Hey guys. I am having trouble finding the migration reports. Any help on where they are on the site would be appreciated. Also I want to take my kids after ducks this weekend and need an exact spot to go to with lots of mallards. :D Ok how about just if anyone is seeing any numbers out there in the se part of the state?? Thanks for the help guys
 

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Eric Hustad said:
Hey Dave I think we should set up some dekes by the 9th grade school for geese and ducks!!!!
Funny you should say that...I watched two very nice groups go not 30 meters above YOUR house last night about 6:00 pm when I got home. If you were on your roof you would have been almost able to get one with a net!

And ya, that is where large numbers, and I mean LARGE numbers are going! That and the golf course!
 

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PSSSSSTTTTTT..............Don't tell anyone, but there is a flock of huns hanging around right in front of the multiband tower this morning, you could go after them when you fill out on golf course geese and mallards. An entire mixed bag without leaving town!!!!!! :beer:
 

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I am suprised that the big bully Super Mod hasn't edited our posts...we are telling specific spots where the birds really are...for real, they are there...see 'em every night!
 

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I am actually thinking of blocking the sewer runoff drain in the back corner of my property so I can flood my back 1/2 acre lot and put up some fake corn and three silo's on top of a fake hay bale and dig a trench for four guys in my back yard too...

Maybe get some guys to come in with their 7 or 8 calls on a lanyard full of bling-bling and call them in for us....

Anyone want in?
 

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ME ME ME ME I can bring my mom's Bonneville that I go cruisin with and we can put all the deeks, silos, and e-caller in there and still have room for the four of us...PLUS THE BOAT ON TOP!!

Sorry bl3...I thought it needed a little 'spicing up'!
 

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MSG Rude said:
I am suprised that the big bully Super Mod hasn't edited our posts...we are telling specific spots where the birds really are...for real, they are there...see 'em every night!
I am on it!

I say BAN THEM ALL!

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PSSSSSTTTTTT..............Don't tell anyone, but there is a flock of huns hanging around right in front of the multiband tower this morning, you could go after them when you fill out on golf course geese and mallards. An entire mixed bag without leaving town!!!!!! :beer:
I gotta tell ya Dan

I'm a so damn tickled happy those birds have survived so long. They have been in that area since I graduated college in '98

Heck Eric has those birds under his window during the winter when they go back and forth over to that open field, then over to the YMCA, then back to his office.

Right Eric? ;)

It's really cool to see them survive all the expansion that is going on in that area. Hopefully they are there for years to come!
 

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Yeah it has been fun to see them expanding over the years.

Does anyone know where to find the mirgration reports from the US fish and wildlife?? Maybe I am just an idiot but I cant find it...... :idiot:
 

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djleye said:
PSSSSSTTTTTT..............Don't tell anyone, but there is a flock of huns hanging around right in front of the multiband tower this morning, you could go after them when you fill out on golf course geese and mallards. An entire mixed bag without leaving town!!!!!! :beer:
I gotta tell ya Dan

I'm a so damn tickled happy those birds have survived so long. They have been in that area since I graduated college in '98

Heck Eric has those birds under his window during the winter when they go back and forth over to that open field, then over to the YMCA, then back to his office.

Right Eric? ;)

It's really cool to see them survive all the expansion that is going on in that area. Hopefully they are there for years to come!
Don't forget about the Wild Turkey over there. And I am not talking about the Wild Turkey Dan keeps in his desk drawer that he uses for Scope before he does his radio reports either! :wink:
 

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Your kidding?? Retired?? Well he did a great job as it provided some helpful info on bird migration. Well I guess that explains it.
 
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