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Slow teal season comes to an end

Not surprisingly, hunters and guides across South Louisiana reported relatively slow action for most of the 16-day 2016 teal season, which came to a merciful end Sunday on yet another 90 degrees-plus day.

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September 26 at 12:27 pm
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Reynolds mulling later start for 2017 teal season

Larry Reynolds, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries’ waterfowl study leader, has an interesting recommendation to make regarding next year’s 2017 teal season.

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September 22 at 4:51 pm
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Reynolds: Teal season so far ‘well below average’

Larry Reynolds is normally a “glass half-full” kind of guy, but he’s admittedly not expecting great things for the final days of the 2016 teal season, which mercifully comes to a close this Sunday.

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September 22 at 11:01 am
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Finding secret teal-hunting treasures

Flooded wild millet growing naturally in the marsh can be a teal magnet when you can find it.

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September 15 at 7:00 am
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DU issues Mississippi Flyway report

Last month, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released its annual waterfowl breeding population estimates, indicating duck numbers had held steady and were similar to last year. 

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September 14 at 11:11 am
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Hunters report slow opening weekend for teal season

Hunting reports from Buras to Welsh and Pecan Island up to Catahoula Lake indicated what many duck hunters seemed to be expecting: teal — at least in large numbers — really hadn’t yet made it to Louisiana in time for opening weekend.

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September 12 at 11:13 am
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September's aerial teal survey officially second-lowest on record

A combination of wetter habitat in the north, no early fronts as of yet and high water levels in Louisiana’s coastal marshes because of recent flooding have conspired to produce one of the poorest aerial teal counts recorded, according to the state’s waterfowl study leader.

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September 09 at 3:20 pm
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Aerial survey expected to show low teal numbers

The state’s waterfowl study leader is flying the last transect lines for September’s Aerial Waterfowl Survey near Catahoula Lake this morning, but what he’s seen so far this week doesn’t exactly bode well for opening day of teal season tomorrow.

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September 09 at 9:25 am
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