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Typical sight this Fall

Discussion in 'Waterfowling' started by Duck Soup, Nov 25, 2010.

  1. Duck Soup

    Duck Soup Well-Known Member

    Below are photos by John Shields. Thousands of divers are feeding in the Inner Bay at night and moving to the Lake to rest during the Day. Hundreds of huge flocks are passing over the Waterfowl Unit every morning going and every afternoon coming. I estimated that we saw 5-10 thousand birds each of the last few times out. Unfortunately they have little or no interest in decoying.
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  2. John

    John Well-Known Member

    That's awesome Arnie.. I'll get Dicker to post the pics of the one's landing in our decoys out in the bay... I think we had our limit by 0720 hrs. It was awesome!!!
     
  3. Dicker

    Dicker Well-Known Member

    here's a pic of them up high [​IMG]
    and here' a pic of them landing [​IMG]
    all 300 or so reds landed in the decoys, and we already had our limits!

    when hevi-shot's-a-flyin',alot-a-ducks-a-dyin'
     
  4. Duck Soup

    Duck Soup Well-Known Member

    Wow....great photo. I'm sure a lot of viewers will enjoy it . Thanks!
     

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