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  1. The Lodge
    Just wanted to say a HUGE thank you to Fred H. What a guy! He invited DUJmontchal and myself to join him on a hunt today. We did not get the opportunity to shoot at any ducks but let me tell you this is a hunt I will not forget anytime soon. I can only speak for myself but the stories and tips I...
  2. Mississippi River Zone
    Has anyone been seeing any birds around NE iowa? Thinking about hunting the lansing area this weekend.
  3. The Lodge
    This weekends opener was the best ever i think. There had to have been about close to fifty thousand ducks where we hunt get up in the morning. Never been like that for opener. Mostly bluebill, ringbill, woodies. We did see quite a few wegion and shovlers. Few mallards too but dont think they...
  4. Conservation Forum
    Pheasant numbers at all-time low, according to survey by Iowa DNR The 2010 August Upland Wildlife Roadside Survey released earlier this week by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources revealed what interested parties already knew: There aren?t many pheasants left in the state. Another cold...
  5. Southern Zone
    Has anyone seen the duck numbers around the riverton council bluffs area> Trying to find a good spot to take my little brother on his first duck hunt?!!!
  6. Snow Goose Reports & Information
    Delta Waterfowl eNewsletter - Snow Goose Numbers Up and More Snow Goose Production Up, Strong Fall Flight Expected; Delta Waterfowl to Goose Hunters: ‘Get Ready’ WINNIPEG, Manitobaâ€"Could a bumper crop of snow geese be in the offing for waterfowl hunters this year? It was a huge...
  7. The Lodge
    Anyone else think these numbers were done sitting at a bar over a cool one? I am doubting the accuraccy and it is odd how many places ended up with 100 ducks. The ducks must have worked that out between themselves to play a joke on us. hehehehquackhehequackhehe...
  8. Mississippi River Zone
    I have been stuck up at college for the last week and have not been able to get back home and scout. Just wondering if there are any divers down around the Clinton area. Im looking to get out this upcoming weekend and do some layout hunting and maybe smack a Can. It is early yet but I'm...
  9. The Lodge
    Just checked the waterfowl count for Squaw Creek, duck numbers jumped big time this past week. Hopefully we will see a few birds down here this weekend for the opener. Besafe and take a kid hunting Dean
  10. The Lodge 206,000 ducks harvested, 18,800 hunters. 1. Mallards 2. Blue-winged Teal 3. Green-winged Teal 4. Wood Duck 5. Gadwall 62,167 Canadas.
  11. The Lodge
    Site numbers for the last month. Usually keep this confidential, but what the hell, yes we are a small site but still growing. Numbers are for the last month, and this is the offseason. Top 20 towns to view the site.
  12. Field Hunting
    Has anyone else noticed a sharp increase in the number of waterfowl hunters this year - field hunters in particular? I'm assuming it's due to the horrible pheasant numbers this year...? We noted on several occasions a minimum of 5-8 trucks stopping and glassing our spread when we were out...
  13. The Lodge
    What and how many did your crew get? Started off with four woodies opening morning... hunted every day of the season. Nothing else until tonight. Three of us bagged five blue wings and a woodie.
  14. The Lodge
    Hunting has long been a favorite past time in North Dakota, but in some cases, fewer and fewer people are taking advantage of the great outdoors. That`s especially true when it comes to waterfowl hunting, where the numbers have been steadily dropping for the past few years. Some say it`s because...
  15. Conservation Forum
    Duck numbers plummet due to dry conditions By: Todd Burras, Outdoors Editor 07/11/2008 The news keeps getting grimmer for bird hunters. Earlier this week, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife and Canadian Wildlife services released their waterfowl breeding population survey that shows a 39 percent...
  16. Surrounding States
    Minnesota breeding duck numbers increase, Canada goose numbers remain strong (June 17, 2008) Minnesota’ s breeding mallard and blue-winged teal numbers are higher than last year and the total duck population estimate increased, according to the annual May breeding waterfowl survey results...
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