Day 59: And one to Go
Duck season 2018-19 is about gone. Kind of like the ducks. Here today. Gone tomorrow.
There were some guys shooting ducks Saturday, but again it was just here and there. A huge number of geese came in and there are some big ducks. But a lot of the hunters were mainly seeing teal.
We killed 10 this morning, but it wasn’t anything to brag about. We had one blind that didn’t fire a shot and our other blind killed four. Next week when it gets super cold for a few days, I wouldn’t be surprised to see a lot of flight ducks out in front of it, but I won’t be going out to watch them fly by when we can’t hunt them. I wouldn’t even bet on that the way things are going.
We’ll have our last report of the season tomorrow. You might as well give ’em a shot. It’s a long time until next November. Be safe.
Day 60: A season we won’t miss
The best way I can describe this year’s duck season is that it began with a whimper and went out with a whine. I can’t think of many times I’ve felt this way, but I’m glad this one is over. It wasn’t a good one. We kept thinking it would get better, but it didn’t. We had just enough good days along the way to keep us interested for a while, but Day 60 on Sunday ended just like most of the rest of the season — not many ducks.
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We’ll be back next year. Let’s hope the ducks will be, too!