Well most of our hunting at least in my area is for migrants. It is a gamble. They stage in the Fairbanks area and also the Delta area. So basically about 11am they start migrating through the area and you try to talk them down. Back in the day when there was more crops in Delta they would stay there for several days in the barley fields. But now you try to find a sandbar that may look appealing to them and try your best. Just incase anyone is wondering these are not roost areas (don't want to get into that issue). There is a place here called Eielson Farm Road and that is where those 2 field pictures came from. I had permission for it for about 2 years and then they started selling the property. Those where local birds that were here only for a day or two. Once the shooting starts they are gone and then you pretty much wait for the migrants. Leo
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