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    When's it going to be over? End of next weeks low temps don't look good.
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    Maybe next week for those not tough enough to break ice. Budiced decoys.jpg
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    Man I miss those times..looks great out there.

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    I don't think its going to last much longer. I've seen serious drops in the numbers of birds over the last 2 weeks. I think the peak of the season was the last week of September this year. Time to start shooting divers and geese!

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    Just got back from beluga saw thousands of migraters (ducks) fly in monday night but the geese left sunday night

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    Geese will be in there through october. Good news about the migrators though. I will be over there soon, usually the best couple weekends are the end
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    Clear nights and cold temps.........many will leave and more will come, but it is getting late and most won't stay long when they do show up. I would guess it will be hit and miss, one day it could be fantastic and the next a total bust. You never know unless you are out there. Unfortunatly.....I am done....I tore my Labrum in my shoulder in my first game of the adult hockey season, I can't lift my arm even close enough to shoulder a shotgun. I will have to wait until next year.

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    sorry to hear that, my wife fell and tore something in her shoulder this past april in our greenhouse, she was nursing it for over 6 months. sling, physical therapy, pain meds, the whole shooting match. we were told that shooulder injuries often take a year to get fixed. i saw your boat gond and figured u had picked up early, wondered why so early. Bud
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