January 27, 2014 in All Posts
The general waterfowl season will go out with a bang this week in Deep South as yet another arctic blast barrels south – all the way to the Gulf Coast. A wintery mix of snow, ice and rain will attack the south from Texas all the way to Georgia and South Carolina. As hunters hang the last few ducks on the lanyard, they can expect a flurry of activity and memorable hunts before the season goes out.
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The 2013 – 2014 waterfowl season was wrought with extreme weather conditions from coast to coast. In the far west, drought and mild temperatures prevailed and for many, it was the worst season they could have expected. In the central and Mississippi Flyways, the ongoing blasts of arctic air resulted extreme weather conditions that shortened the season in many areas and limited late season opportunity as geese migrated far to the south of normal wintering grounds to escape the abundance of snow and ice. Continue reading “Migration Update – January 27, 2014” »