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    I spent the weekend over at Beluga, and the hunting was really slow. Very few northern ducks yet for some reason, Jump shooting the resident ducks was tough too.( High winds) I had a buddy hunt the Kenai river below Skilak, and had the same results with nothing but a few resident ducks.
    The Swans were everywhere In Beluga, and I saw several groups of Sandhill cranes, just no Ducks. whats your story?
    Max
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    Ducks!

    Hunted the Hay Flats on monday and finally seen decent numbers. Weather was perfectly miserable for hunting. Alot of wind, some rain, and maybe some sleet. My partner and I managed to take home a mixed bag (11) of teal, wigeon, and mallards. Hitting them at times was interesting with the wind. Fingers crossed things could be heating up?

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      I was out in Beluga this weekend too. We had poor shooting also. We did get a few geese pass shooting but the ducks didn't seem to want to decoy very well hopefully soon.
      Klickman

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      • #4
        hunting the Kenai flats at the mouth of the river. The same in weather, with the wind, rain although it was a warm storm over the weekend, and i mean warm. reminded me of Calif. weather. Doesn't appear from some reports that anyone is killing anything out there. You might get a few shots in the morning but as it looks, they are not migrating over here. Hunted a 26ft tide all afternoon on sat. Never fired my gun. Saw some flocks but not much and nothing came to the call. had 3 ft of water into the blind.

        Sunday, was a 30' tide and heard someone had to be rescued.

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