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As of Thursday, January 23rd
Please be mindful when entering and exiting crop fields and only use the perimeter of the fields. In most fields you will see a road that has been used to enter and exit, please stay with the one path. Winter wheat has been planted and other fields are being prepped to plant in the spring, this can be a HUGE expense for our farmers so we want to stay off of them when in production.
1- 30-40 ducks in flooded grasses on the north end and some divers in the open water. Mostly teal and gadwall. Could be more in the tall grass, couldn’t see every bit of water without spooking birds. They could easily be hunted by sitting in the cattails and y’all cover around that end of the lake. There is a blind on the east side of the property, but the birds are using the far north end. Access will be tough with this rain coming through, you will need to park and walk in in wet conditions. Please remember to drive only on the edges of the wheat field, thanks!
2- No ducks. There is no blind on the property. Utilize A frames and layouts from storage.
3- 30 ducks on larger pond. There is a blind on the southeast point. Dozen or so ducks using the smaller pond, there is a blind on this pond as well.
4- no water
5- Dozen ducks on the north end. There is a blind on the NE side of this pond. Cat tails along the north and east side have been burned for ease of use hunting.
6- South pond few ducks, twenty or so on middle pond. No blind in place on these ponds. There is an A frame at the entrance of the property, there’s many hay-bales to help brush in the A frame.
7- No water
8- 20 or so ducks spread across the lake. There is a blind placed on NW side. Beware with the low water level the mud in the middle of the pond where we are now hunting is very deep and sticky silt like mud. This lake is very hard to hunt right now with the low water level.
9- very little water. No Ducks seen. There is a blind on this pond.
10- No ducks seen. There is not a blind on this property.
11- Handful of ducks on the back pond. There is not a blind on this property.
12- No ducks seen. Pumping water as we speak.
13– no water
14- no water
15- no water
16- No ducks. There is no blind on this property. There are large trees and brush surrounding the one small pond in front for hiding. You’ll need something to hide in on the second pond in the wheat field.
17- no ducks seen
18- 20 ducks on the larger of the two ponds behind storage barn.
19- No water
20- 15 ducks spread throughout the lake. Blinds on north and south end of lake.
21- 60 or so ducks on pond behind the barns There is a blind on that pond.
22- 20 ducks mostly in the cove right in front of blind sitting on bank. Enter main gate and follow left fence line down to lake. Gate code to this property is 1560 but gate should always be open.
23- 15 ducks on the wetlands in the bottom. There is no blind on this one.
24- 25-30 ducks on small pond by the road. There is no blind on this property. If you book this spot feel free to reach out to verify the correct pins Hays holding ducks. Its a small one.
25- Dozen or so ducks on shallow end of pond. There is no blind on this property.
26- Few ducks on this small pond. No blind on this property. Please access this property through pasture only, do not access by crop field as they are planted in winter wheat.
27- No ducks. Please access this property through pasture only, do not access by crop field as they are planted in winter wheat.
28- No ducks seen
29- No ducks. Pumped first pond full and second one has some water. Waiting on some ducks to show up!