Scouting a small hole? I mean... if your there and the birds are flying.. shoot.. other than that your just bird watching
That's like having a meeting to schedule a meeting
Well we disagree on this one. If birds are passing over, something different can be done. Some of my fondest hunts required scouting small holes to figure out when to hunt and how to hunt.
Scouted this puddle for two weeks till I found it to be consistent enough to take customers.
This one hunt created a memory that has the same group of hunters returning every year.
Sure, I could have went out and killed one or two every day, but anyone can do that. Having a meeting to schedule a meeting is called over planning. In waterfowl, I'm not sure that is possible, just part of the pursuit.