It wasn’t a great last day of the season, but we did okay. And we talked to a lot of folks that killed some ducks. Overall, you’d have to be happy with that. We didn’t get but eight, but we saw quite a few ducks. It was mostly teal flying and not a lot of big ducks. That’s what we heard from others, too. We had a huge wind, but that sun just never popped out. That would have helped a lot.
Overall, it’s been an above average season. We had some tough days, but a lot of good days and a few great days. The weather never pushed huge numbers of ducks down our way, but we made the most of what we had. Most folks don’t hunt in the evenings, but there will be quite a few that get in that last hunt Sunday afternoon since you don’t have to worry about messing up tomorrow’s hunt! After that, the 2020-2021 duck season is in the books, or should we say, the duck bag. There are still a few special hunts left and some goose hunting, but the main body of work for the ducks in the East Zone closed today as the sun set.