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Mathews XT Man

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Just local birds so far. Season started Sept first. Going up north Sunday for three days. Still warm here. Wil let you know.

Ron

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6 hours ago, Mathews XT Man said:

Not seeing anything pushed down here yet, that is going thru..are seeing more out feeding in cut grain fields this week here.

Did see one small flock heading south today, up way too high to be feeder flock

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Most grain fields have not been cut yet, corn still standing too. We managed 13 geese in two days with 5 hunters. Northern birds just starting to arrive here.

Ron

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We never got that storm, just rained for a week, all good here. My buds are shooting more geese while I have to work lol

RB

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Got the  info on that banded goose I shot. Male banded in Port Nelson Manitoba in 2003. Gonna be a tough eating bird...

RB

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Turtle Lake, North Dakota

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Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019

Turtle Lake N. Dakota

Duck H. reported Peak numbers

Time: Early morning
Weather: Overcast
Temp: 31-40 degrees
Wind: 5-10 mph from Northwest
 
Comments: Many 10's of thousands of snow geese in the area. Some Canada geese and Specks yet. Shot 2 limits of Canada's and some snows. Awesome sights.

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Our season is pretty well done, -14 right now. Just a few stragglers left now. The rest have gone south. Time for deer.

Ron

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