This would have been accurate in say... October. :lol: If its icing up (and I can't say it is, because I haven't actually gone and looked), then its not going to be as easy to just pick a spot and kill ducks. Based on years past, when I hunted Farmington almost exclusively, you'll have to walk a bit more, maybe even out on the south end... finding open flows or... set up dekes on the ice and hope birds still work those areas. Seems lots of guys walk out the south end this time of year, at least guys I talk to about duckin. I've also talked to guys that walk the channels out there and jump birds off, just to have them fly around and try to bomb right back in. Makes for some fast shooting. 8)dkhntrdstn said:nope it just geting started.
Thats what I hear too... these clear cold nights are just what the doctor ordered if you're waiting for ice.woollybugger said:Friday was awesome! Shot a limit of ducks in 2 hours! A friend of mine went there today (same spot), and only got a couple of shots. He said that nearly everything had frozen over and the ducks had moved out. Oh well, time to scout a new spot.