Same as I posted on huntingsnows..... Buddy and I were out in north central MO from Saturday to Monday, hunting Sunday PM to Monday PM. We chose to scout Saturday to avoid the thunderstorms and see what shaped up. Rain stopped around noon and it appeared the birds had slept in for the rain as good flights and feeds started. Driving separate vehicles we covered a lot of ground and found some prospects. The birds fed for a bit then headed back to the roost, which we followed them to and watched impressive numbers build up, I'd say 100K easy but I am poor at judgement when numbers get that large. Good numbers came from the north Saturday afternoon. We expected to hit the snowline staged birds, and we believe these were them. That evening most birds went south building into two mega feeds, repeating the traffic paths and one of the feeds I'd seen at noon. Struggled to get permission, with 3 rejections and one walk-in only permission on an adjacent field. We decided a walk-in field next to a mega feed wasn't our highest hope, so we decided to continue the scout Sunday morning and would take the walk-in at lunch if nothing else materialized. Sunday morning brought endless waves of what appeared to be migrators from the southeast going northwest, with neither of the two mega feeds repeating and no southward traffic. I think our birds migrated out, and we saw new ones coming. Nonetheless, we ventured further out and found another big roost and birds bouncing in fields all around it and secured permission nearby...and thankfully with ATV access! We chose this and were setup by about 1PM. During setup, some young guys came by who claimed to have been decoy hunting for two weeks and were tired of being ignored with poor results, so they were gonna jump the roost. They did so while we were parking the trucks and sent the cloud scattering, none of which looked at our decoys. We continued to see impressive numbers Sunday evening, and couldn't tell if birds were migrators or not as there was traffic from all directions. We had a group of 5 work and killed 2 ross and a snow, and then a single snow came in with the evening feed of specks and we got him. We had one other single and a pair work that wouldn't center and didn't shoot, although we should have been able to knock them down if we'd tried. We were largely ignored by any large and high groups of birds, and we started counting "turns" and "looks" on the scoreboard, LOL. Some birds came back to the roost in the dark, but it didn't appear as many and we weren't competing with any birds on feeds or the roost during the hunt. Monday was mostly calm and sunny. The morning feed went out quite early and ignored us largely. We had a pair of blues, 2 single blues, and a single snow work and killed 4 of those. They worked very well and in range, with the one single landing long. Midday got quite slow, but there were migrators going SE to NW every hour or so, with almost no interest. A few turned and maybe gave a half spin, but didn't lose any altitude and kept going. The evening feed still had thousands of birds, but many fewer than the prior two days. They also largely ignored us. So, the birdwatching was great and we ended with 8 over two days. 900 socks, no flyers, long flags, and hiding in whites. Mostly indifference from the birds. We weren't surprised at the results based on the year and being near the front edge, but perhaps expected more to at least look even if they wouldn't finish. The few that looked finished well. So we're going to take a little time off and hope for some later birds to arrive that are perhaps nicer. We saw 100K snows at least, many thousand specks, ducks, swan, honkers, pelicans, etc. This morning there were small groups of ducks and honkers migrating up the Miss river.