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Discussion in 'Political Action Forum' started by takemrarely, Aug 9, 2018.
So how does that relate to entrapment?
Upon reflection after the fact, some of the totality of circumstances smelled of a set up.
I don't think that devil in your ear tempting you to shoot that 3rd suzie was an agent.
Are you sure? Sometimes it sounds so real...
Some days running out of ammo could be a good thing. BTW, is two hen mallards the limit in all states?
Don't know about other flyways but I'm pretty sure it is in the Pacific with a liberal limit. I don't think any states, except Alaska allow more. And Alaska still operates with a 7 or 8 brown duck limit.
SoCal zone limit for 2018-19 is 7/day, which may include: 7 mallards (no more than 2 females), 2 pintail, 2 canvasback, 2 redheads, 3 scaup (hey, seven spoonies and your good).
Last year was 1 pintail which given what happened on too many days, it really put the kibosh on shots fired.
We have the same, as does Washington. Those are the standard liberal framework for the Pacific, with the liberal pintail model implemented, I believe. The duck limits are now based on prior year counts so you should be able to have an idea what next year's limits will be like based on your 2018-19 season. They were considering bumping our goose up to 6 but backed off that increase, due to a lower dusky count.
SoCal zone goose limits are 23/day, which may include: 20 white geese, 3 dark geese. Its been the same for quite some time.
This was for 6 dark geese. I'd have to look to see the white goose limit. We don't really have many.