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Old 12-29-2009, 08:40 PM
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Hey, you know that lake on 142 with the house sitting up above it. On the left heading to Covington across the street from the lake that drained out??

Been seeing some new ducks in it lately. Kind of hard for me to tell what kind they are. Looks like some of the heads are black and white. Buffleheads??
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Old 12-29-2009, 09:16 PM
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maybe mergansers too................
It's a group of about 8 or 10. Didn't think mergansers grouped up like that??
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Old 12-29-2009, 09:23 PM
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not a duck expert...but the guy formerly known as etter took me to a swamp that would have 20-30 mergansers on it at a time.
There was an old pond on Gage's club that I saw 20-25 as well in when I was in that club....
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lets go shoot it!
he will have to take you...im no longer a member there....
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not a duck expert...but the guy formerly known as etter took me to a swamp that would have 20-30 mergansers on it at a time.
I'll have to look at them a little closer then.
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Old 12-30-2009, 01:30 AM
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[quote=BuckyT;555061]Hey, you know that lake on 142 with the house sitting up above it. On the left heading to Covington across the street from the lake that drained out??

i got 50 acres to hunt there
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Old 12-30-2009, 07:42 AM
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Hey, you know that lake on 142 with the house sitting up above it. On the left heading to Covington across the street from the lake that drained out??

i got 50 acres to hunt there
I know a guy who has land that butts up to that 50 acres. Hunted it once this season. He invites me all the time.
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That group of ducks in Christopher's lake has ALOT with white on their heads. they are small ducks too. I have seen anywhere from 20-30 in there at a time over the last week.
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Those are pet ducks.
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coots!
There not coots. Know what those look like. They're some kind of duck for sure.
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hoodys, prolly
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there are some buffle heads and some ring necks in there.

Will I went by your dads place and there was a Ring neck and a die dapper!
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