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Posted By:
Bryan-Fobbus
Field Editor

Central Georgia 09-16-2010 07:38
Sunny & Clear, High Winds – Over 70 Degrees
12 BWT on a local farm pond

Posted By:
REARNEY
Web Member

08-23-2010 20:13
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Drake Slayer-tell your Louisiana buddies that a farmer friend of mine in Manitoba said there are literally thousands of Blue winged teal using there sloughs and not moving. It was 90 degrees this week in Minnedosa. I hunt up there in early October and always get to see alot of teal.

Posted By:
Paul-Slovisky
Field Editor

g’ville 02-04-2010 06:01
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hit guntersville for the last weekend. lots of cans but low duck numbers overall. shot a couple grey dicks, one can and a coulple of bluebills. had a blast but not many birds shot.

overall this year have not been able to go as much as i wanted to . life did not cooperate this year. but it was a year of several quality hunts with good friends so i am satisfied. hope to hit it better next year.

Posted By:
Fowl Smeller
Web Member

01-22-2010 14:09
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Guess not. I don’t blame you, I wouldnt want to share either. Headed to arkansas, we will see what happens.

Posted By:
Fowl Smeller
Web Member

01-15-2010 08:17
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Winger1 can I come hunt with you? You seem to be the only one killing ducks this season.

Posted By:
winger1
Web Member

s. georgia/n. florida 12-26-2009 17:03
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did really well this morning! got 2 mallards, a widgeon, a black, a good looking spoonbill drake, 3 greenwing, and 3 hooded, and 3 ringnecks. observed lots of big ducks. lots good birds taken from my general area of club this morning. wasnt’t sure how morning would be since warmer weather had moved in untill last night. maybe cold front has birds starting down again. it wasn’t a barn burner but it was steady shooting. shot untill about 9:30 and birds all but quit. wednesday was decent had an almost limit of ringers and greenwings. found my woodies on thursday! killed 4 limits in a hurry and 3 bonus hoooded merganser drakes. my buddy eats um’, so we shoot um! lol! good luck to everyone! hope santee-clause was good to you and your families.

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winger1
Web Member

s. georgia 12-22-2009 19:18
Mostly Sunny, No Precipitation – 40-45 Degrees
it is very hard to get in to a mess of ducks on local beaver ponds. there is way to much water all around and woodies are in the river banks wearing the acorns out! i tried to hunt some of my secluded hole yesterday and today before i go back onto my meca. just not much luck. killed a few woodies and some green wings but no where near limits. will be back on the club tomorrow and will have trouble picking the pefect birds for sure though. dont’t know why there are so many species and so many of each there but they are. we left them alone as a club agreement untill tomorrow and then its hard at em for a week and then a rebuilding for another half week. good luck to everyone through the holidays and merry christmas let us know how you’re doing. you don’t have to be a feild staffer to post, as you can see with me, and it helps us all to share info even without sharing holes. i will post on whats happens tomorrow.

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Paul-Slovisky
Field Editor

bama 12-21-2009 05:02
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headed back over to bama to give the birds a try. had an amazing hunt saturday morning. we were done, limited out in about an hour. teal, mallards and a gadwall filled the bag. the only sour note was that we lost a couple birds that dove on us but other than that a perfect morning. man i love that hole.

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winger1
Web Member

south georgia 12-20-2009 20:53
Mostly Sunny, No Precipitation – 40-45 Degrees
we shot saturday morning and had limits of big ducks by 8:30. not and overload of birds but deffinatley quality birds. picking up deocys and started noticing large groups of black birds moving in very high. as the first groups came into good view i realized they were ducks in 200-300 wads. noticed 2-3 groups to start with and my first thoughts were simply that they were on open water and somebody had spoked the up. as i finished picking up birds and deocys i looked to the sky again and these groups were buting up into 20-30 bird groups and diving into what ever hole they could fit. the waves of birds just kept coming and coming. i had never witnessed a true migration and i was in complete awe. my hunting partner had to get home before lunch so i couldnt just sit there and observe all day like i wanted. it it almost a 30 minute boat run back to the truck and this madness continued even after i had loaded my boat and began to leave. i have never seen anything like this in my life!!!! with no exaggeration i really believe we witnessed 7,000-10,000 birds. thery were back to back at high altitudes and as they came over the water they would bust up in to 30-50 bird groups and plug every hole on this place. i can’t reveal this location as it is private and to the reatively large side of things and hard to control trespassers, but i will say it is in the southern portions of georgia. i was starting to wonder if the birds were coming before the season was over, as we usually have 1000 new birds or so every week and some leave there and it has been kinda slow as far as new birds go. THERE HERE! This morning was simple. we had 6 limits in a mater of less than and hour and only shot good mature drakes. shot a sucluded hole on this same place as to not disturb the large majority of birds. will report more through the next 2 week as i am off and will be hunting everyday.

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Paul-Slovisky
Field Editor

g’ville, bama 12-07-2009 10:02
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good weather but still not the vast numbers of birds down yet. just my opinion. we did shoot 3 canvasback and 3 gadwall. should have been limits by all but we shot VERY poorly. fun time had by all.

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Posted By:
Bryan-Fobbus
Field Editor

Central Georgia 08-16-2009 15:21
Cloudy, Occassional Rain Showers – Over 70 Degrees
Teal haven’t shown up yet.

Posted By:
Paul-Slovisky
Field Editor

youth hunt event 06-30-2009 15:16
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Gentlemen:

Thought i would pass on the link for the info to what we hope will be a huge youth hunting event the end of July. My buddy is the Alabama State DU Greenwing Chair and is putting it on with the NWhat and US Corps of Engineers. It started as a duck event and before we knew it the thing grew into an outdoor event. The sponsorship is definately there. Already have commintments from the likes of QDMA, DU, NWhat, Academy, Bass Pro, several Banks. The list goes on and on. The plan is for every kids to walk away with something hunting related free. All we need are the kids. I know it is a bit of a hike from Georgia but it is all weekend and i really think it would be well worth the trip. Heck we are even feeding people for the weekend and having a fishing rodeo. Can’t beat that.

Check it out and hopefully you all can bring a kid.

http://www.ducks.org/states/31/events/event18553.html

Posted By:
Paul-Slovisky
Field Editor

bama 02-09-2009 05:07
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youth hunt went off very well. had a total of 17 kids that shot. i think we ended up with less than 10 birds but 100% smiles for sure. great way to end it all.

Posted By:
Paul-Slovisky
Field Editor

02-04-2009 05:05
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headed to our youth hunt in alabama this weekend. should be some good weather for the kids with a warming trend expected. hopefully some of the birds stick around.

Posted By:
Paul-Slovisky
Field Editor

01-27-2009 05:09
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had a great trip to g’ville. we ended with 20 or so gadwall, 4 bluebill and one 70+ pounds catfish. nice way to end the season.

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Paul-Slovisky
Field Editor

bama 01-22-2009 05:18
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headed to G’ville for the last weekend. Hopefullly the cold has pushed a good bit of new birds to us. Good luck to all on the last weekend.

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Paul-Slovisky
Field Editor

cherokee 01-19-2009 05:55
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hit the lake saturday morning. a total bust as my boat motor crapped out on me. walked into a place and watched the morning flight. seemed like the cold pushed down a bunch of new birds as i heard widgeon, mallards, gadwall and teal. also saw my first coot on the lake this year.

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Paul-Slovisky
Field Editor

cherokee 01-12-2009 10:47
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due to the high water hit the little river area for a hunt sunday. course 4 other guys had the same idea. blew it on my only sot which to make matters worse was a group of 4 pintails. i wanted to drown myself.

Posted By:
Paul-Slovisky
Field Editor

cherokee 01-05-2009 06:36
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hit the toona for a quick hunt in the rain after christmas. only ended up with 2 buffies that i jump shot. very few birds on the lake compared to years past.

Posted By:
Paul-Slovisky
Field Editor

12-15-2008 05:42
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hit the toona for a quick hunt. only shots fired was from the guy set up on the boat ramp ducks. imagine that.

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Posted By:
fulvous
Web Member

12-02-2011 10:22
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okee and the stas have some ducks…merritt isl water is good…private land west of okee has much water…ducks from the big lake scatter…

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Dixie Beans
Web Member

Merritt Island 01-04-2010 13:34
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Where are all the ducks???

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Fowl Smeller
Web Member

11-30-2009 14:32
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Anyone seeing any big rafts of divers on the coast? Not looking for you to tell me your hunting hot spots, a simnple yes or no would do. Would appreciate any help. Thanks.

Whack & Stack

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Straygator
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Panhandle 01-04-2009 20:45
Cloudy, Heavy Fog – 60-65 Degrees
Bluebills and Ringies

4 guys 4 bills and 3 ringies in heavy fog

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Straygator
Guest

Polk County 12-21-2008 14:18
Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm – Over 70 Degrees
Mixed Bag for 8 guys Saturday Morning

9 ringnecks
7 Gadwall
14 Blue wings
1 shoveler

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Straygator
Guest

Toho and Kississimee 01-27-2008 15:09
Cloudy, Occassional Rain Showers – 60-65 Degrees
Toho Saturday

Fair amount of Ringies all over the Lake Fair amount of Shooting

Kississimee Sunday

Fair amount of Ringies, very few coots but the Lake is void of big areas of Hydrilla due to spraying. Not much shooting and very few hunters out. Scratched out one drake ringie…well there’s always next year

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Straygator
Guest

Toho Cypress Hatchineeha 01-21-2008 11:46
Cloudy, High Winds – 45-50 Degrees
Not much of anything

Saw some divers and 1 flight of teal

Not much flew at all.

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Straygator
Guest

North Pole 12-25-2007 09:29
Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm – Over 70 Degrees
Merry Christmas to all

May your Duck hunts be memorable and fun

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Straygator
Guest

Central Florida 12-06-2007 17:19
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Ring necks are starting to trickle in

Check the Retention ponds around Gaylord palms in Orlando

THe local area feeding ponds are getting some.

Most of the lakes where there is hydrilla are void of ducks, saw a few teal on a Barometer pond but no significant numbers.

Posted By:
johnc
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Panhandle 11-15-2007 16:58
Sunny & Clear, High Winds – 40-45 Degrees
Saw the first ringnecks this morning on some small ponds. I suspect this cold front has brought some down. A plus because all I thought I’d see Saturday morning on the opener was woodies.

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upduck
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Central Florida 11-07-2007 10:30
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Anyone seeing any ringnecks out there yet? Had a great early teal season and looking forward to bagging some divers. Saw a few while snipe hunting on Kissimee, but no big groups to speak of just yet.

Happy hunting!

Posted By:
Straygator
Guest

09-25-2007 14:36
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There are no teal here, We scouted much of Central Florida and found none! Those that went out did not see any!

I guess thats bad, Did see some big gators and skeeters though

[Edited By Straygator on 2007-09-25 14:37]

Posted By:
upduck
Guest

09-20-2007 19:50
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Nobody talking about any teal out here…is it that bad?

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Straygator
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Lakeland 01-31-2007 12:07
Cloudy, Light Rain & Drizzle – 45-50 Degrees
Hunted the last day, limited out on Hybrids and Ringnecks, shot a common merganser.

Overall a very poor season, no concentration of ducks

We all need to work on changing the draw system for TM Goodwin…needs to be a lottery system

Posted By:
jim v
Guest

01-22-2007 09:09
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Article on wounded duck alive in fridge for 2 days
www.tallahassee.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007701200318

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dakota31400
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Not disclosed for security purposes 12-22-2006 09:22
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Mottler,

or anyone else that knows my stomping grounds.

I’ve been restricted from the highway due to medical issues since October, but I hope to obtain a release and get my daughter out for at least one weekend in January….Are there any birds around “Tits”..Please PM me with the scoop.

[Edited By dakota31400 on 2006-12-22 09:23]

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ozman1
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Holiday Park, Broward County 12-21-2006 13:11
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Ducks have been scattered since the opening weekend. Still possible to get a limit with some good scouting. Weather needs to cool off to get some more ducks down here.

Posted By:
fulvous
Web Member

12-04-2006 07:41
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Central and N. Fla. lakes that I have seen that have water AND HYDRILLA… have ducks. Ringnecks mostly with puddlers. Hydrilla seems to be the key. Hope budget constraints keep hydrilla spraying at bay. PCS has some ducks but hard to hunt because of low water. PCS is in the phosphate business. Not the duck business. Fulvous

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johnc
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northwest Florida 11-30-2006 12:56
Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm – 50-60 Degrees
Pretty good 1st phase: lots of wood duck and got into some of the 1st ringnecks of the season. One hunter at the ramp reported seeing Mallards?! With the warm trend this week, not sure if the ringnecks will move north some but the cold front coming down hopefully will bring in new birds by Dec 9.

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Straygator
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Polk County 11-26-2006 09:47
Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm – 60-65 Degrees
Not much , water is down, most of the marshes are dry, can walk the edges of Toho and Hatchneeha, not seeing ducks other than the local mottled ducks….

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Straygator
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Central Florida 09-21-2006 20:30
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Teal, as warm as it is up north you ain’t gonna see teal till November.

Definately lots of mottled and wood ducks

Posted By:
Dixie Beans
Web Member

09-20-2006 06:35
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Has anyone seen any teal anywhere? Haven’t seen a one. Lots of mottleds.

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Straygator
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Lakeland Florida 08-13-2006 09:18
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New Chapter Banquet

Lakeland Florida Ducks Unlimited Chapter

Banquet is October 19 at the Lakeland Yacht and Country Club on Lake Hollingsworth

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kturner
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Guides 05-14-2006 15:32
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Looking for a guide around the panhandle.
Does anyone know of one? I can not find one on the internet.

Posted By:
JEGrenier
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Pensacola Goose Club? 04-01-2006 18:28
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Anyone know how to contact these guys — was driving I-10 from Mobile on 3/30 and saw a dude with a P’cola goose club sticker on his dodge — been looking for an outfit to hunt with this fall in the Panhandle …

Posted By:
Kent-Lacina
Field Editor

03-23-2006 09:23
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Went over the weekend to destin, fort walton and did a little fishing. Did see some diving ducks and even some teal around. But we did some fishing down there with a guide named Brian Keith. He put us on a ton of fish and took us to a honey hole. My daughter caught a nice 37-38″ redfish along with a good many red snapper. We caught fish for over four hours. I highly recommend him and his rates are very good. Anyone interested in going with him his # is 850-543-7386 He does 1/2 day trips as well as full day.

Just thought i would pass that along.

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Straygator
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02-02-2006 21:51
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West Central Florida Quail Unlimited Banquet
Thursday February 16, 2006
Central Florida Field Trials Club House
7 miles east of Lake Wales, Florida on Highway 60, turn north onto Boy Scout road and go for three miles
Signs will be on the left (west) side of the road
Starts at 6, dinner at 7 Auction to follow
see the Central Florida Field trial training area and meet some great guys

need more info Pm me

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CmonGators
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01-28-2006 20:00
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Duck season ends tommorow and now it is getting time to turn to the pigs till the turkeys come in. Anyone have any private land or know of any public land that needs to be relieved of its hawg problem??? Good luck tommorow all.

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mbillingsley
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seasons over for me 01-21-2006 08:30
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I’m coming down to the keys in 6 or 8 weeks,can anybody give me some ideas about a good place to stay and maybe some fishing?p.m.,e-mail or post and I’ll check back,thanks in advance,mark

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Central Florida 01-11-2006 17:54
Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm – Over 70 Degrees
I dont mean to call any one out but i just cant buy the post from redneck below. 10 people got limits, thats sixty ducks with bands and you named off every kind of species. Sorry but i think you are full of it. If you did have such a good day i know you took some pictures and i would love to see them in the members section under grip and grin bag limits. I will stand corrected if i see them, but until then i wouldnt bet on it…

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Straygator
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Central Florida 01-10-2006 21:22
Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm – 60-65 Degrees
Sorry but nothing here except woodies and mottled ducks.

As usual not cold enough for long enough to get em down

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CmonGators
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gainesville 01-10-2006 17:12
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Where are all the birds Florida Boys?? Hunted up around gainesville and saw about ten woodies. Took long shots at two doubles but just far away enough to give em a scare. No ducks in the bag. Where have they all gone??

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rednek1295
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vero beach 12-22-2005 09:31
Cloudy, Heavy Fog – 45-50 Degrees
plenty of birds 10 of us shot are limits within 1 hour,ringers,teal,blue bills,woodies,mottle,pintail,best season yet lots of bands

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johnc
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Deer Point Lake, Panama City 12-21-2005 18:37
Mostly Sunny, No Precipitation – 35-40 Degrees
Saw widgeon on the lake this morning. Shot a ringnecks and 2 bufflehead but didn’t see any big numbers. Still no redheads but need to check the bay. There are still fair numbers of wood duck on the lake but they are very wary. I’m thinking of heading east to Lake Wimico or Seminole. does anyone have a report for those areas?

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joshtc22
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Guana River WMA 12-16-2005 12:47
Mostly Cloudy, No Precipitation – 45-50 Degrees
Hunted north in Guana on 12/10 and took home 4 (1 green-wing, 1 shoveler and 2 scaup). Didn’t really see that many birds though. Anybody having any luck hunting south in Guana?

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Straygator
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Central Florida 12-15-2005 08:10
Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm – 60-65 Degrees
Scouted last pm, nothing in the air from sunset till dark, Full moon didn’t help I’m sure, no boating activity on the lakes.

The ducks are rafting in the middle of the lakes away from the marshes

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MI 12-14-2005 18:18
Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm – 50-60 Degrees
Dakota,

Hate to hear that…
I am headed down tommorow. I will do my best to catch some and put your name on them for the next time you venture down. I will post and let everybody know how i did…

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asbyars
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Guana Ponte Vedra 12-14-2005 12:54
Cloudy, High Winds – 50-60 Degrees
One green wing and one ring neck. Very slow compared to previous outings. Those of you in Northeast FL please post reports!

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Straygator
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Central Florida 12-12-2005 21:04
Cloudy, Winds Calm – 50-60 Degrees
Saw migrators at sunlight just beneath the cloud layer, maybe 1500 in 4 large v formations. headed toward Lake Kissimmee or farther south.

Check out the large number of scaup in the retention ponds around Gaylord resort in Orlando!!

Not much, maybe 100 ringnecks in small groups on the chain o lakes. We should start to see some increase in numbers as cold as it is up north.

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dakota31400
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Merritt Island 12-11-2005 20:06
– – 60-65 Degrees
Poachers, Yahoo’s and 2500 boats in a tournament, fishing the flats….Ducks..LOL

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Posted By:
Straygator
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12-08-2005 17:55
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Where is the pit?

I’m heading out but for all the scouting I’ve been doing I’m still not seeing any migrators

[Edited By Straygator on 2005-12-08 17:57]

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CmonGators
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PCS phosphate WMA 12-07-2005 21:54
Mostly Sunny, No Precipitation – 40-45 Degrees
Hey fella’s Looking for someone to hunt the PCS Saturday December 10 all my buddies can’t go. I got a boat and everything just need some help getting it in and out. If anyone is interested let me know. Should be a bunch a birds

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CmonGators
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PC 12-07-2005 21:50
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Dixie Beans
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Indian River 11-29-2005 05:13
Mostly Sunny, No Precipitation – Over 70 Degrees
Hunted Thurs thru Sun. Good numbers of ducks. Wind calm, no wind Sat and Sun. Should be a good second phase with all the nasty weather up North. Remember be sportsman and cherish what we have and do your part to preserve it.

[Edited By Dixie Beans on 2005-11-29 05:14]

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Straygator
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Central Florida 11-24-2005 20:19
Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm – 60-65 Degrees
Hunted Sat and Sun of opener, all we saw were Mottled Ducks and Woodies,

Did not see any other species at all.

Heard That Kississimmee was pretty good, good luck to all

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Panhandle 11-21-2005 16:21
Cloudy, Winds Calm – 40-45 Degrees
Yeah, I hunted a lake in the panahandle region and did very well. Had a mixed bag consisting of gadwalls, teal, wood ducks, redheads, ringnecks, and bluebills. Good shooting, the cold weather up north really got some birds down for us. Two mornings in a row with four people hunting and everybody got limits, not bad. One guy shot a banded woody, dont see that too often. Good luck to everybody.

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naustin
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Big O 11-21-2005 09:04
Mostly Cloudy, No Precipitation – Over 70 Degrees
I hunted the Big O on Saturday; and it was sad. Did not see many birds few; saw a few large flocks buzzing around but way out of gun range. I spoke with other hunters at the boat ramp and they all said the same thing; it was the worst opener they have ever had. From the reports that I have read it sounds like there are a lot of birds in the northern part of the state. It was still fun to get out; planning on going again Sunday.

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any 11-16-2005 21:02
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Hey fellas,

I am just a 26 year old farm-boy from Illinois who is now a wildlife biologist for the state near Ft Myers. I left behind my lifetime hunting partners at home and would like to make some new friends down here or information on areas to hunt. I am fairly familiar with Southwest Florida and live in Lehigh Acres. I am a responsible, safe, and passionate waterfowler and would love to familiarize myself with this area as quick as possible so I don’t lose many hunting days.

Feel free to email me at wtrfwl5@yahoo.com or reply on here if interested in making a new hunting partner.

Thank you

Chad Casey

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John Reynolds
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Panhandle 11-11-2005 10:28
Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm – 45-50 Degrees
Scouted the local Duck pond, saw 30+ ringnecks & 10+ woodies.

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Merritt Island 10-10-2005 23:32
Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm – Over 70 Degrees
I just wanted to see if I was the only guy who spent his Saturday morning trying to get through for the MI quota permits. I bet i called a hundred times and could never get through. If any body knows a secret to get these people on the phone let me know, i still have 2 more days to get one. If not i will just hunt the river, i have killed more ducks out there anyway. Allright, dead bird, mark, Get em Drake!!!

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Panhandle 10-06-2005 16:02
Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm – Over 70 Degrees
No i have not ever hunted over on St. Vincent island but my dad has several times. He has only killed whitetails over there though, no sanbar deer. All i can tell is that it is hard hunting, no transportation, going in by boat, and if it is hot MOSQUITOS the size of dove. Again i have never been there hunting, i have just heard all of the stories of the people that have been there. I would probably go to the trouble of making the trip for a Sanbar deer but not for a whitetail, you have bigger deer in Eufaula than down there.

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Puddleskipper
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HOOCHie 10-06-2005 07:09
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G E Drake, have you ever hunted the Saint Vincent National Wildlife Refuge. I’ve applied 3 years in a row but, haven’t been picked yet. They have those ( I believe it’s spelled ) Sanbar deer that get up tooooo 900 lbs????? They also hunt Whitetails ,which I believe thats not a draw hunt. Just show. Office is in Applichacola.

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Panhandle 10-05-2005 16:14
Arctic Blast – Over 70 Degrees
Ha Ha Yeah right, like we would ever get an arctic blast. Good luck in the dead lakes, i have hunted over there several times and there is some good shooting at certain times of the year. Once the ducks start to show on Seminole, you know it want be long until they make it down the river. I havent ever hunted ducks in Eufaula, just deer. You guys have some big deer compared to us here in FL. Good Hunting and Get em Drake!!!

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Puddleskipper
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10-02-2005 15:58
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Every now and then I check here to see if there are any posts. Most of the time nothing. Good to see a new post. I hunted for the first time in Bay county 2 years ago for ducks and really enjoied it. Plan to scout the Dead Lakes area this year and hunt it also along with the other area I hunt down there. Ducks up here arn’t plentaful yet, but will be. Coming to the Eufaula area???? Give me a post. =*(^)< [Edited By Puddleskipper on 2005-10-02 15:59] Posted By: get em drake WFC Sponsor Bay/Washington County 09-26-2005 10:24 Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm - Over 70 Degrees Well if you like sweating in 5mm neoprene waders, mosquitos, bw teal, and wood ducks you would have loved this weekend. The birds flew late on Saturday but by the time we got out of the water we had a full limit of woodies and two bonus teal. It is rare to kill teal where we were hunting so that was a nice bonus. We all hunted deerpoint lake on Saturday afternoon and did not do nearly as well. It is proof that a little pressure makes the birds scarce. Sunday morning was good as well with a few more bonus teal from another area where we never kill that many. I talked to several people who mixed teal into their bag for the weekend so maybe that is a good sign for the migration. Well now back to work, I have got two months worth of anticipation to look forward to. Well I hope everybody had a good early season, see you guys when it gets cold, or at least cooler. Get em drake! Posted By: BlindHog Guest Panhandle 09-12-2005 11:30 - - - Talked to a fisherman buddy who said he saw some teal on Iamonia Sat, 9/10. Cant be a bad thing, but will they stay for 2 weeks is the big question. Posted By: get em drake WFC Sponsor Panhandle 09-09-2005 15:09 Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm - Over 70 Degrees WELL I GOT TIRED OF READING THE SAME OLD REPORT OVER AND OVER SO I THOUGHT I WOULD GET THE SEASON KICKED OFF WITH A NEW REPORT ABOUT SOME TEAL AND SOME WOODIES. I MADE THE BIG PURCHASE AND BOUGHT THE NEW 29 HORSE MUD BUDDY HYPERDRIVE IN THE OFFSEASON. WE WILL SEE IF IT IS WORTH IT, SO FAR I FEEL PRETTY GOOD ABOUT IT. WELL THE WOODIES ARE PRETTY THICK AND I HAVE SEEN SOME SPOTTY TEAL. WE HAVE STILL GOT TWO WEEKS LEFT FOR THE BIRDS TO MOVE IN SO PRAY FOR NORTH WINDS AND A LITTLE LUCK. HOPE EVERYBODY HAS A GREAT EARLY SEASON. GET EM DRAKE!!! Posted By: upduck Guest Near Lake Placid 04-14-2005 19:51 Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm - Over 70 Degrees Still seeing some of those warm blooded teal around in the ole honey hole. They will gone soon I am sure! Posted By: naustin Guest Okeechobee 01-31-2005 09:12 Sunny & Clear, Winds Calm - 60-65 Degrees Gave the Big O one more shot this weekend. Saturday morning was good had lots of Teal buzzing around. Hunting stopped around 10:00. Hunted a couple hours on Sunday birds gut up early and grounded within a half hour. Shooting was fast and furious. Mostly teal had a few mottle ducks buzz by. Hope every one had a good season looking forward to opening day of Phase I. Its time to get back to fishing. Posted By: naustin Guest The Big O 01-26-2005 13:15 Cloudy, Heavy Fog - 60-65 Degrees Hunted the Big O again this past weekend. Due to the heavy fog light levels were poor. Did here some shooting in the area around me. Seems like the teal have pushed on and the diver numbers are down. Did have two mottled ducks decoy perfectly, able to take one down. I will give it one more try this upcoming weekend for one last hurrah. Good Luck to all.

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