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Thread: Early November, S.E. What to expect?

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    Default Early November, S.E. What to expect?

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    We'll be chasing blacktails the first on November on P.O.W.We'd like to try some duck hunting for sea ducks. What is realistic to see that time of year S.E? Harlequins? Scoters? Done the puddle duck thing a bunch, but want to get something nice to mount.....

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    Anyone??????

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    That should be a good time. I can check my photos from seasons past to see when we've really started hitting the sea ducks hard. End of Nov would be better than the first, but it's probably not too early.

    Erich

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    Thanks for the reply! Are those species around that time of year? We're puddle duck hunters here at home, and have never tried anything else.... Looking forward to it. Again, thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishhuntster View Post
    Thanks for the reply! Are those species around that time of year? We're puddle duck hunters here at home, and have never tried anything else.... Looking forward to it. Again, thanks for the info.
    The Harliquin live there year round. They nest up rivers (they are a lot like wood ducks in that respect).

    The scoters migrate up to the interior of Canada to breed, but there are always some around. More move down when the weather gets colder. Cold weather makes them have to feed more just like puddle ducks and geese.

    Erich

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