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Looking Good for Ducks this Spring in Canada #4135821 03/21/13 04:25 PM
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Re: Looking Good for Ducks this Spring in Canada [Re: Centurion] #4136089 03/21/13 06:30 PM
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That's good news. As far as the U.S. goes North Dakota looks alright but South Dakota isn't looking to good.



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Re: Looking Good for Ducks this Spring in Canada [Re: c.leaman] #4136254 03/21/13 07:47 PM
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I grew up on the east coast of Canada and can attest there are still plenty of true black ducks. Jump shooting along the tidal flats is a hoot!


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