Bingo Working mallards.

Discussion in 'MichiganWaterfowl.com' started by Shiawassee_Kid, Oct 20, 2020.

  1. craigrh13

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    You have to know the ducks and what they like. His bag narrows it down where he was simply because of the diet of those ducks. It has nothing to do with anything else. If you knew ducks then you would know this too.
     
  2. Fowl Play

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    No to kill charts and I don’t even use managed areas. You want a quality hunt day in and day out? Well, you need to invest your time and figure it out. Nothing worth having is ever easy.

    Plus, guys will just stop reporting kills for those “secret” spots. Which to someone’s point on this thread, if you knew food preferences by duck, you could narrow it down.
     

  3. craigrh13

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    If only people knew what Sago pondweed was....and what Gaddies and Wigeon think of it.
     
  4. Nicks22

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    Been hunting managed areas for over 30 years. Fell in love with shi about 10 years ago. Still learning this area. That’s what I love about it. Kill charts or no charts it doesn’t matter. Knowing the cover, food and water info is key. Then using knowledge of wind and weather. I get out once a week on Sunday or Monday. Manage areas give best opportunity for hunters with no private ground and busy families.
     
  5. Far Beyond Driven

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    Those posting about kill charts, over and over, then pulling crap zones and crying. Nothing like just popping back up for another beat down...
     
  6. lefty421

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    Yeah, if only.... IMG952436.jpg IMG952441.jpg
    From today at Shi.
     
  7. Zorba

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    What the hell is that chicken beak thing?
     
  8. Zorba

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    Lefty I have to say I am impressed with your cleaning facility. Clean and complete with a vacuum seal. I’m coming over to your place to clean and process my kills
     
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  9. Shiawassee_Kid

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    thats first thought i had too. and i think he lives between me and the flats...so i just need to make a pitstop on way home. haha
     
  10. BumpRacerX

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    Anyone try to get drawn today? I'm guessing with the weather the numbers had to be huge at all the bingos.
     
  11. natureboy2534

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    71 at NP
     
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  13. craigrh13

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    C7AF62B7-CBCB-43A8-BD97-EEC4CA876F10.jpeg 76 at Shi. Finished before 9. Waiting on odd ducks can be a PIA.
     
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  14. Pikeski22

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  15. natureboy2534

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    I think alot of fields are going to be set idle for the rest of day. Every one will get there birds early and the fields will sitt the rest of day with no hunters in them.