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bustumup

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jpallen

I heard a guy shot some in ND. I bet your friends love you posting their are needle in a hay stack pockets of juvies still in southern SD. I personally have put on 300 miles in the last couple nights in northern SD and have not found huntable numbers. Buddies in Central ND are pilling up the juvies every day.

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bustumup

JP, What is it like hunting snows in the fall? I've seen them while bowhunting, but didn't know if hunting them is about the same as in the spring. I will probably be applying for NR 3-day or 10-day waterfowl tag again this year and would love to get into some. I know last year we went too early (Oct.21st) but had no choice. This year, if drawn would come later, like around 1st or 2nd week in Nov. When do you see snows and is it over in a short time? I would be between Hecla and Kidder or down south of Britton-Langford. Thanks for your advice.

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I heard a guy shot some in ND. I bet your friends love you posting their are needle in a hay stack pockets of juvies still in southern SD. I personally have put on 300 miles in the last couple nights in northern SD and have not found huntable numbers. Buddies in Central ND are pilling up the juvies every day.

Who said they were in Southern SD? All I said was they were farther south than I thought; especially in the context of birds already in canada. If that was too much description, even though everybody that hunts snows knows there are always juvies that straggle, well then my bad.

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Bryce

Drive all the way out to Nodak for some shooting and today I drive by Stonebrook golf course just a mile or so from home and see a whitey hanging out with the honkers. Couldn't get a good view with the cheap glasses I keep in the work truck so not sure if a snow or rossie.

Still getting vids of grindage going on in Nodak.

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