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Discussion in 'Duck & Goose Hunting' started by Skduckhunt, Sep 7, 2017.
PS doesnt typically hold teal ....no mudflats .....Deep slough with sharp drop offs
But the bittern basin does...if they have water.
Saw two this morning.
Sweet, heard there was one small group at Reform, I'm sure I'll go Saturday
I've seen your shooting abilities...had 6 flown. 6 would have stayed
Better than me. Got access to private ground, teal were flying, some came in range and I only qualified as a birdwatcher...
Thinking about throwing my gun away, something must be wrong with it.
Who's going out this weekend for the conclusion of teal season? Will the hunting be worth anything with the 90+ degree temps?
Got blinds to brush, hope to get done early before it gets to hot.
Going tomorrow before work. Probably wind up looking for doves
lots of teal out near Clarence Cannon per my ol' man.
I've been itching to go, but I haven't seen but a couple here around jefferson city last couple of weeks. Was trying to hunt doves across river from eagle bluffs last Friday and didn't hear a shot from over there.
I was in Cannon yesterday and there were no teal nor ANY water in the refuge
Not enough of em around for me to get out of bed and fight mosquitos again. I'm relaxing this weekend.
We scratched out a few Wednesday morning. Not many birds around.
Pops was hunting his ground that butts up it They've got their most soil unit holding water...
Only 5% of the area is holding water including the ditches because of major construction going on there. Most of the moist soil units are dry as are the areas they are doing construction on. They will start flooding these areas when it cools off more because the moist soil areas are still growing and flooding early will kill off plants. Most of the teal were holding in the sloughs and private clubs outside of the refuge that flooded early.
indeed, private ground across the slough was where the birds were, they've had a jump start on pumping.