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#6547701 - 11/17/16 09:51 AM How are the ducks flying?
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How much action are you guys seeing on the coast from Corpus to Galveston?
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#6547817 - 11/17/16 11:26 AM Re: How are the ducks flying? [Re: Chunky Monkey]
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Check in with Will Granberry down there. I've hunted with him the 2 times I have gone to the coast and he is a world class guide. He'll be able to update you on the coastal report.
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#6548347 - 11/17/16 05:40 PM Re: How are the ducks flying? [Re: Chunky Monkey]
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I found this on the world wide web. Maybe it will help you understand.

"So the shape of the wing and the ability to move it through the air are the two things needed for bird and plane flight. Birds use their strong breast muscles to flap their wings and give them the thrust to move throught the air and fly. In a way, birds use a swimming motion to get the lift needed to fly.

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#6549656 - 11/18/16 02:39 PM Re: How are the ducks flying? [Re: Gacman]
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Loc: Justin Texas
Originally Posted By: Gacman
I found this on the world wide web. Maybe it will help you understand.

"So the shape of the wing and the ability to move it through the air are the two things needed for bird and plane flight. Birds use their strong breast muscles to flap their wings and give them the thrust to move throught the air and fly. In a way, birds use a swimming motion to get the lift needed to fly.


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#6549672 - 11/18/16 02:54 PM Re: How are the ducks flying? [Re: Chunky Monkey]
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Redheads
Pintails
Wigeons
And teal

In POC

Hoping to see more when the front pushes through
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#6549710 - 11/18/16 03:40 PM Re: How are the ducks flying? [Re: Chunky Monkey]
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Galveston area: little slow but pintail, GWT, redheads, merganser, and even a flock of woodies
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#6549721 - 11/18/16 03:51 PM Re: How are the ducks flying? [Re: Gacman]
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Originally Posted By: Gacman
I found this on the world wide web. Maybe it will help you understand.

"So the shape of the wing and the ability to move it through the air are the two things needed for bird and plane flight. Birds use their strong breast muscles to flap their wings and give them the thrust to move throught the air and fly. In a way, birds use a swimming motion to get the lift needed to fly.
woot

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#6549779 - 11/18/16 04:49 PM Re: How are the ducks flying? [Re: Buzzard Breath]
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Originally Posted By: Buzzard Breath
Originally Posted By: Gacman
I found this on the world wide web. Maybe it will help you understand.

"So the shape of the wing and the ability to move it through the air are the two things needed for bird and plane flight. Birds use their strong breast muscles to flap their wings and give them the thrust to move throught the air and fly. In a way, birds use a swimming motion to get the lift needed to fly.
woot


Thank you. I thought it was hilarious.

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#6552704 - 11/21/16 09:19 AM Re: How are the ducks flying? [Re: Chunky Monkey]
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I went out near Sargent on Saturday morning and saw lots of Teal, redheads, pintails and spoonies, lots of geese too.

They were flying but not really liking my spread. Had a few take a look but would carry on.
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