Indiana Duck Hunting Report Archive

Posted By:
G-man
Guest

north west 11-23-2009 18:02
Cloudy, Winds Calm – 45-50 Degrees
Oh boy what a day, don’t want to keep on the same neg. reports, but the cold hearted truth is the truth, we spent the entire morning in the flooded corn, saw a total of 6 ducks, We managed to finish off a cripple drake, that swam up to us..
lets hope this comeing wed. will bring out some new ducks, suppose to be cooler, i won’t say colder, only bright spot, to look forward too, out again tomarrow, waiting for the migration.. be safe an good luck, ” happy thanksgiveing to you all ”

Posted By:
TRM
Web Member

11-22-2009 19:13
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killin a few divers on the lake that is about it. Not much going on else where. So i have been hunting the lake. But saw more geese today then ducks.

Posted By:
G-man
Guest

11-21-2009 10:30
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Man talk about SLOW, went to the marsh yesterday, sat in middle of flooded corn field all morning, saw maybe 20 ducks. there calling for chance of snow, wed an thur, we’ll see. sure hope the rest of you are haveing better luck? Sean keep on the chase, we’ll corner them i hope

Posted By:
Sean Riley
Web Member

11-19-2009 22:17
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ssslllooowwwwwwww…..we need some thing to happen…I have been seeing new birds in some of the local marshes…they just dont seem to be moving much….I know I am ready for some cold weather and some hot dry cornfield hunts!!!My 2 best fields still have corn standing on them, and if this drizzly rainy crap doesnt stop..its gonna be there a while longer!!!

Posted By:
G-man
Guest

11-18-2009 18:04
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talk about sad, they opened the corn blinds, the other day, 19 blinds , total kill 45 birds, 4 of them geese, there are just no birds to hunt, hopeing this cool weather pushes something down here, its sad

Posted By:
Bert Holtzman
Field Editor

Ohio River Zone 11-17-2009 15:49
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Looks like we could see our first bitter cold night time temps late next week, just in time for the opener with highs in the 40s and low 20s Wednesday and Thursday. I haven’t heard of any strong mallard numbers of late though there were reports of lots of ducks on the river a few weeks ago. I’ll start scouting hard Wednesday and report back on a daily basis in the days preceding the Ohio River Zone opener. Stay tuned.

Posted By:
Aaron-Vogler
Web Member

Gibson County 11-17-2009 11:10
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Put the boat in the Wabash at Mt. Carmel and took it up the white river about 11 miles to get to familiar with some new stretch of river. Made it back to the ramp right at dusk, and didn’t see a single duck either on the river or in flight, not a good sign considering how close to the power plant we were.

Posted By:
G-man
Guest

north west 11-17-2009 08:42
Mostly Cloudy, No Precipitation – 40-45 Degrees
Went to local preserve, this morning, 147 party’s, we got 127 pick, what a day, went to my friends place, we managed to knock down one large goose, pass dhooting, end of day. got home an the wife has taken my little goose dog to the vet. 12lb yorkie. he’s haveing trouble breathing, who knowns?? no new birds yet waiting

Posted By:
Sean Riley
Web Member

cut corn field 11-16-2009 18:47
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the rain quit just in time!!!!but….the birds didnt show up!!! killed 2 mallards and thinned the local pigeon population by 12…dang those birds love a mojo

Posted By:
kayakis
Web Member

elkhart co. 11-16-2009 12:18
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Tim and I hunted a private pond this morning we shot 3 ducks and 3 geese. we saw alot of birds moving around….going to let the pond rest and hunt the field tuesday….jimmy

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