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Head'n south #7371475 12/09/18 04:13 PM
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Just a heads up. geese have been flying over non stop last couple of days. We've had night time temps pretty steady down 0-10 degrees every night last several days. We freezing up so get ready, the birds are on the way down.

Happy hunting !!

Mainly been seeing "lessers" flying over, wave after wave lined out headed South.

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'Bout time. But if WY is just now freezing up they won't get to Texas until March frown
Someone turn the fans on in Canada!

I think they're all holed up in Nebraska. I've seen more ducks on the N Platte in one afternoon then I've seen in Texas in my entire life.


No matter how high a duck flies a hammer still breaks a window.
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We'll be headed down through Eastern Colorado to North Texas in about 2 weeks and can post on what we see. Some years the geese are really on the move all the way down.

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