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Discussion in 'Illinois Flyway Forum' started by ten times better, Feb 18, 2018.
we seem to have lost most of our birds this evening after 21/2 weeks how did the rest of u fair.
Had some great flocks of migrators yesterday afternoon when the sun was out, as soon as it went under the working birds stopped. Pretty much a constant migration from sunrise to sunset south of Springfield yesterday. I heard it was the same just about everyplace else.
hoping the smart birds left we've had several work to 60-70 yds and pull off. were using full bodies, flyers and floaters on a 15 acre lake but we have beans. didn't go this morning to muddy weve got all oldies so I don't think anyone went in the rain.
guess I'm wrong they called 5 mins after the last post and they[ have 10 but called for the dog to chase the cripples in the field can't make it in the mud LOTS OF THUNDER AND LIGHTING I' m not going out [ one of the guys beeper said a tree on fire in Raymond] ps they got the cripples SUPER GOOD DOG this snow goose hunting the last 5 yrs has taught her well. we had a bird glide at least a 1/2 mile she saw it and got it and then got the close ones.
Hard to live without a good dog... especially in the mud!
esp. at 721/2 and fat
OH I forgot the 5 heart attacks
i've never snow goose hunted before, but I have opportunity to go this weekend. Got rain for Sat. sunny on Sunday. Any thoughts on which day be better? I can go either day but not both
Sunday for sure Sun and wind are key...unless there is fog..haha