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IceHawk

Snow geese sightings migration info etc

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french_lake_kid

Saw a high flying flock of about 30 around noon 2day in fbo! cool site!

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Fish'n guy

Killed 3 juvies yesterday so there are a few around now, but the better numbers will be a week or two.

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GAP

Has anybody been seeing in any snow's in western mn

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pheasant maniac

I heard lastnight that snows are around the talcot area.

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GAP

There is snow's in MN we killed 10 over the weekend pass shooting around the wheaton area

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kato wall guy

fishin guy you should let me know when the large numbers of juvies come in. how much snow did you guys get yesterday.

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IceHawk

Well it looks like it is pretty much over for SD. Most of the birds have made there way into ND and Canada.

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carpshooterdeluxe

yep no birds left anywhere in sodak. grin.gif

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goblueM

I saw about 500 snow geese in the last 3 days around the Twin Cities... are they way farther east than usual this year, or what?

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kato wall guy

Not an expert but i was talking to some old timers around mankato and they said that they used to see alot of snows around here now they see hardly anythinng

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bluebill

my dad was the gun buyer for heters in waseca he said all him and his buddys only ever seen snows and blues canadians were rare i have a lot of photos with him and it was all snows until last fall i killed at least 1 every fall seen as many as a 1000 in a a fall down to 1 that was with a flock of canadians the last sunday of the duck season last year when i was hunting with luckycrank and french lake kid

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tealitup

Just thought I would let some people know - if you are in St. Cloud you might have a shot. Today, just North of Newport/Cottage Grove there were 5,000 snows on the Mississippi River.

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    • SkunkedAgain
      I stayed up there for a week and a half....the hottest week and a half of my life. I need to move to Alaska!   I bought $40 worth of bait and used none of it. Quite the shame. I did have nieces and nephews up that loved being in the "bath water" of Vermilion. Water temps were consistently 80 degrees and above. I'll save my hard core fishing for later this summer and fall I guess. A lot of memories were made and I added three youngsters to the stable of first-time waterskiiers on the lake.    MarkB - your reports are always great to read. I'm glad to hear that you had some success.
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    • gimruis
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    • Salsballs93
      Thanks! I think the chain and river are pretty clearly the only viable options for my pursuit. Thanks all.
    • Little Blueberry
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    • h8go4s
      That will work for houseboating, but if you're camping you need a reservation. Can't just camp anywhere.
    • delcecchi
      Water was a little cooler today.   Still to hot to fish, and had grandkids here.    Finally some rain.  Looks like over an inch...  Maybe I won't need that extra dock section after all.  
    • Wanderer
      Looks like a pencil. 😉
    • Wanderer
      Hope y’all have had a great 5th too!
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