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#5514181 - 01/01/15 08:17 PM Coastal new year! Guides day out
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Got into a few birds this morning. 2 of us shot some birds to start the new year! The birds are still here


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#5514210 - 01/01/15 08:29 PM Re: Coastal new year! Guides day out [Re: TxDuck24]
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Registered: 09/14/14
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Very nice! I sure hope they ducks are still down there, since I spending the next 2 days down there.

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#5514213 - 01/01/15 08:30 PM Re: Coastal new year! Guides day out [Re: TxDuck24]
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Yall having a light sprig year?

I hunted south of you all last week and could find a sprig to save my life all redheads and a few teal, but I was hunting a different area then I normal do, due to boat I was running.

Think it's the first trip in 15 plus years I haven't gotten a sprig

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#5514285 - 01/01/15 09:00 PM Re: Coastal new year! Guides day out [Re: TxDuck24]
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Nice pellican
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#5514548 - 01/01/15 10:45 PM Re: Coastal new year! Guides day out [Re: BOBO the Clown]
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Originally Posted By: BOBO the Clown
Yall having a light sprig year?

I hunted south of you all last week and could find a sprig to save my life all redheads and a few teal, but I was hunting a different area then I normal do, due to boat I was running.

Think it's the first trip in 15 plus years I haven't gotten a sprig



We do great before it rains. After the rain it takes about 3-4 days for that rain to dry up before they return in full force. But we have been doing good
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#5514736 - 01/02/15 03:58 AM Re: Coastal new year! Guides day out [Re: TxDuck24]
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Originally Posted By: TxDuck24
Originally Posted By: BOBO the Clown
Yall having a light sprig year?

I hunted south of you all last week and could find a sprig to save my life all redheads and a few teal, but I was hunting a different area then I normal do, due to boat I was running.

Think it's the first trip in 15 plus years I haven't gotten a sprig



We do great before it rains. After the rain it takes about 3-4 days for that rain to dry up before they return in full force. But we have been doing good


Interesting. Why is that? Do they find small rain holes & stack up on em, then head back to the Laguna after they dry up?
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#5515051 - 01/02/15 09:44 AM Re: Coastal new year! Guides day out [Re: TxDuck24]
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Nice birds!

Still working on my bird ID skills - I see redheads, pin-tails... What is the bird on the far left w/the orange narrow beak?
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#5515329 - 01/02/15 12:02 PM Re: Coastal new year! Guides day out [Re: Fishuhalik]
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Originally Posted By: Fishuhalik
Originally Posted By: TxDuck24
Originally Posted By: BOBO the Clown
Yall having a light sprig year?

I hunted south of you all last week and could find a sprig to save my life all redheads and a few teal, but I was hunting a different area then I normal do, due to boat I was running.

Think it's the first trip in 15 plus years I haven't gotten a sprig



We do great before it rains. After the rain it takes about 3-4 days for that rain to dry up before they return in full force. But we have been doing good


Interesting. Why is that? Do they find small rain holes & stack up on em, then head back to the Laguna after they dry up?
that's exactly what they do, find freshwater sheet water and stay until it dries up!
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#5515330 - 01/02/15 12:03 PM Re: Coastal new year! Guides day out [Re: DuckBuckGoose]
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Originally Posted By: reeltrek
Nice birds!

Still working on my bird ID skills - I see redheads, pin-tails... What is the bird on the far left w/the orange narrow beak?


A merganser.
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