There are birds all over the state. Just gotta find them.flockstalker said:Im gonna be in the south east corner of ND october 30th and november 13th just wondering what the duck report is in that area and what kind of ducks and numbers to be expecting. thanks for any input!
LOL I can see it nowMaybe when people starting coming to Minnesota to fish for walleyes, everyone should stop giving any reports of fish biting.
We're not being a$$ holes on here, just abiding by the rules set forth by the owner of the site. A majority of the issue with your question is where are the birds at and you're many days away from even coming. Someone could bust a roost, a strong North wind, or even a lack of food on the ground could move many many birds either in or out of the area in a day.Ocean Hunter said:Unfortunately there are a lot of real a-holes here who wait for a NR to come on and ask a question just so they can tell them off. They act like you are asking for there social security number and bank account number. For some reason the only a-holes I have ever heard of in ND frequent this board. Every person I have actually met out there or from there has been extremely friendly and helpful and my friend who works out there says that all of the people he has met have been great.
Be patient and eventually some nicer people will chime in with some pertinent information, probably sent in a private message to avoid being flogged for giving up top secret info.
I can't help you with SE Nodak but I just spoke with my friend this morning and he said there were great numbers of ducks in that area and tons of snows starting about ** miles ** of XXXX all the way north to the border. There is a front supposed to come through this weekend with strong NW winds and cold temps that should really push a bunch of birds in to the area. Next week is setting up to possibly be a great week. Good Luck!
:eyeroll: :eyeroll: :eyeroll:Ocean Hunter said:There are actually 'rules' against trying to help out a fellow hunter with useful info??? That could be the most selfish thing I have ever heard and I really doubt that these are 'rules', more like the wishes of a few selfish locals who don't want anybody else to have a good hunt.
I can completely understand why somebody might not want to tell somebody else here where their exact hunting spot is and that is fine but me willingly sharing my knowledge of an entire county, general area or section of the state is no big deal and I shouldn't be bashed for it.
Your'e right it makes someone sound like a jerk.If you didn't know the rules,now you do.It also makes someone a jerk when they clearly disregard the rules set up for the past 5 years by the owner of this site.When someone disagrees that's fine.Make your point.Ocean Hunter said:If you want to respond with "Find them yourself, we did" why respond at all? It just makes you sound like a jerk.
I enjoy helping people when I can and find that most people enjoy helping me when I am in need. I hope my truck doesn't break down by your house, I can just imagine the conversation.
Me; "Hey buddy, I'm not from around here and my truck broke down, can
you tell me where I might find an auto parts store?"
You; "Find it yourself, I did."
To the original poster of this thread, I apologize for the off topic conversation, hopefully you will get some helpful information.