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Whistling Ducks #7342764 11/09/18 12:37 AM
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Guys anybody got something useful to say on targeting these ducks? If somebody has them dialed in I will gladly trade hunt for hunt on some other places I know about. PM for those kinds of details. Thank you for the help.

Re: Whistling Ducks [Re: SpawnofChesty] #7343252 11/09/18 02:09 PM
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I know two things. You gotta head south once it starts to get cold and they are dumb as a stump. In West TX during early teal I had a group of 50 circle the dekes right over head about 10 yards up for about 5 minutes. I wasn't in a blind... about drove my new pup insane.


Re: Whistling Ducks [Re: SpawnofChesty] #7343290 11/09/18 02:29 PM
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We have groups that live on my neighborhood ponds year round, but since it began to cool down a lot more have shown up. You can get within 10 yards of them before they move a few more feet away.

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