I have seen many topics on here about duck hunting this year. Like the rest of you, I get just as worked up and frustrated about the topic. I have pitched in my comments and we all have the same ideas. What are we to do though? Can anything be done to help us here in Louisiana? We can't go regulate their private property with the things they are doing. Purposely leaving 1/4 of the crop on the ground just for ducks. No till planting , farmers who don't even hunt setting up to commercially guide hunts on their land. Everyone keeps saying flooding property but you don't have flood anything, they will land in a dry field covered in beans with no problem. I have noticed that where the mass amounts of rain water is from the north to down south is where the majority of migration will follow. This year the ducks are just to the west of us. Is there anyway we can get together and start petitions ? Is it a bad thing that we are altering a federal game bird so much, other than us not getting great hunting seasons. will there be negative affects in the future? Why can't we use crops to hunt with, without planting hundreds of acres. Its the same thing i don't care what anyone says. Its baiting no matter what. Why can't we go plant wild rice on management areas? Can we get together as volunteers and make more safe havens in the state so the birds will have a place to rest? I want to hear some ideas that are progressive instead of complaints. complaining will not change anything!! I'm game for volunteering as much as possible for the sport I love! ANY SUGGESTIONS?
I Was wondering what's some of the stories my fellow sportsman have on shooting banded birds. How were they shot,have you ever shot two super close together , more than one in a day etc . Also does anyone know the odds of shooting one ?!
Looking for any information on a lease for next year! Im open to just about anywhere in the state, have no problem driving. I've had enough of the public land mayhem I cherish the opportunity and land more than most that I've seen. Clean and respectful hunter. Will treat it as if it were my own and always leave it better than I found it. Any information is appreciated, thank you for your time.
Call Chris - 225-620-8600
With the drought in most of the country, and almost all of the pothole region, things are looking great. I seen 500-1000 teal s on the 15 acre pond we hunt. All the water in there is rain water and dropping fast, yet it's still stacked with bwt. They've perched up on anything and didn't care a bit about us when we walked up. I know I was well under 50 yards for the closest group. They didn't move a lick. I'm so pumped at the odds being totally in our favor! Am I the only one?