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Rain #7394413 01/03/19 02:33 PM
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Sucks. Thereís so much water on the ground. The birds in my area are stacked up on all the flooded grain fields and arenít hitting ponds or the lake at all

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I was wondering about that. Also, Iím not sure if this weather will be bringing many new ducks in, since it came in from the west. Really looking for a nice blast from directly north of us. I got one report today of only had one bird come in range, only saw a handful total and none were flight ducks.


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I just turned it on . I was looking bird dogs in the butt this morning.


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Originally Posted by Erichugh22
Sucks. Thereís so much water on the ground. The birds in my area are stacked up on all the flooded grain fields and arenít hitting ponds or the lake at all



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