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Discussion in 'Wisconsin Flyway Forum' started by marsh man dan, Sep 1, 2017.
Day 1..not alot came in, but we shot well.
Day 2..They all came in one bunch
Day 3..fogged in.
This afternoon. .stuck..also my work retrieving it tomorrow after hunting..
Should of went today finally some decent wind and a little overcast provably would been a bang up day
The field I was in yesterday had 150 in it when I drove by this morning. Should of, would of, could of.
Should of, could of, maybe tomorrow, or leave it alone and chase the rainbow?
Had to work Friday, Sat. Got out Sunday. Tried to hunt a loafing pond that I've have hunted for the last 15 years. Went out in the dark and fog, drove truck right to the side of pond. Pulled duck skiff out , put out decoys on the south west side of pond with a southwest wind but very little wind, drove truck out of area, went back setup blind. Ten min. after I lay down in blind the whole north side of pond exploded with it sounding like a hundred geese leaving. I never heard one sound from them the whole time I was setting up. Dam! They have never roosted there before that I know of. Land owner told me they had been coming in mid to late morning. Stayed and had one come back which I got. Today different spot 1 goose I bluewing. I'm leaving the pond alone for a few week. Hope they come back but I wouldn't count on it.
Day 4. They all came in one flock again
Hunted the largest rice paddy north of Arkansas. Forgot the bug spray and wings for the spinner. Made for a rough morning. Two large flocks of bwt landed short. Finally used the homemade bwt call on a flock of 3 and they curled right into the decoys and 2 didn't leave. Nice to start the year. Put a late morning sneak on some honkers that were a little slow on take off. The wood duck show was insane this morning.
Goose, it's what's for supper.