December Migration Report

December Migration Report

Waterfowl are on the move. Delta’s December Migration Report will give you the latest information on duck and goose movements in each flyway.

2018-12-12T15:16:32+00:00

3 Comments

  1. Neal Lambert December 17, 2018 at 9:06 am - Reply

    Saturday opener Atachafalaya Basin in Louisiana, 3 man limit by 9 a.m. Would have been earlier if we could have shot better, hahahaha. Teal were working all morning with flocks of Greys and Mallards. Went back same place Sunday morning, it was like a light switch, very few birds flying!!!!! Thays duck hunting! I did introduce 2 first time duck hunters on our duck hunt that are now hooked!!!!!! GREAT WEEKEND!!!!!!

  2. BOB KISCH December 19, 2018 at 10:13 pm - Reply

    WE GOT 13 DUCKS THIS FALL IN 2000 WE GOT 504

    NO DUCKS IN OUR AREA–TERRIBLE I DIDN’T A GET ONE SHOT IN 3 WEEKS TIME AND WE HUNT ALL THE TIME AND SCOUT.

    OUR AREA–FERGUS FALLS MINNESOTA

    PLEASE HELP

    BOB KISCH

  3. Randall Rousseau December 31, 2018 at 6:59 pm - Reply

    I have been duck hunting for over 40 years and hunted in Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, and Illinois yet I have never been a member of an expensive duck lease. My leases have always been blue collar affordable. Through the years we have seen good seasons and some decent seasons but the loss of areas to large expensive clubs along the Mississippi Flyway replicating what they see on conservation areas have in my opinion led to the reason why the hunting sport I loved the most is gone.
    I do agree that what some call management is nothing more than baiting. This is not the only hunting sport like this as deer hunting suffers from the same problem however deer do not migrate.
    None of the procedures that I have seen either on conservation areas, or WMAs, or expensive large hunting clubs are pure and simple baiting. While at the same time the biologists talk about moist soil units yet condone agriculture crops and flooding which has been shown to stop the migration of waterfowl.

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