I tried a bit a coot last year. I think you would be hard pressed to distinguish it from Wigeon.Awesome. I should bring my jet burner and 60 quart crawfish pot to FB on opening weekend and make a world record coot gumbo for all the cooters out there. Coot gumbo anyone? :shock:
I certainly have ideas. Unfortunately, I'm not a professional water/environmental engineer (yet), so I'm not sure if they're any good. I only know what I can see.Plans are in the works right now for the J-dike. We are in the engineering phase and it should be starting this summer if all goes well. We're also looking to identify another project on our WMAs, similar to the J-dike, to reduce phragmites and open up additional acreage to waterfowl hunters. Anyone have any ideas?