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S.D. DUCK HUNTING REPORTS

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Anybody been out to the Watertown area lately. We leave Thur for 3-4 days. Just wondering what some of the reports are. Hope this cold front will push some new northerns down. Thanksfor any reports.

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Near watertown 10-31---11-02 very tough. Ducks are not sitting on public water. Few fields out so the # of fields to hunt are small. Tough to get permission. Should change in the next few days with more birds coming in and more crops getting harvested. More birds and crops out to the north.

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drove through that area today. stayed off the interstate and took county highways to aberdeen due to high winds. send me an email mr60_ at hotmail and i can give you some insights.

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Was there saturday and looked at a couple small slews we got near Hazel and Henry. There were a few birds around so ya might get as much shootin wink.gif

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Anybody been out to the Watertown area lately. We leave Thur for 3-4 days. Just wondering what some of the reports are. Hope this cold front will push some new northerns down. Thanksfor any reports.


Hunted near De Smet, which is about 40-50 south of watertown from Oct 19-28.

We did pretty well. Limited out field hunting mallards every day. Every farmer we ask said it was OK to hunt ducks, but we really expressed that we were duck hunting only.

http://i170.photobucket.com/albums/u276/Dolsmi/sodakhuntmallards.jpg

http://i170.photobucket.com/albums/u276/Dolsmi/DSCN0659.jpg

http://i170.photobucket.com/albums/u276/Dolsmi/8Oct07.jpg

Here's a satellite tracking program that the Arkansas DNR put a few mallards to study their flights. Kind of interesting. You can see where the mallards are daily and follow their flight tracking.

http://waterfowl.cast.uark.edu/

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