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%#$@ Honkers

Discussion in 'Indiana Waterfowl Hunting' started by supr87gt, Mar 1, 2007.

  1. Eating breakfast this morning and 4 came and landed on my frozen pond. About 9:15 a group of about 50 or so flew over the house (perfect chance to try out the new market hunter) they flew about a 1/4 mile north, circled and came back and landed in the flooded/frozen bean field across the road. They left and about 3 more groups came out of no where and joined them. :banghead3 Ill put up pics later.
  2. lots of them more to come

    seeing lots of canadas and ducks in fields that still have grain in them. did see lone snow goose with a group of canadas this morning!!!

  3. I feel your pain. Living on a lake, I see them pile in by the hundreds every evening. I love standing outside and listening to them.:coolgleam
  4. Waterfowl

    Boy there is nothing better than hearing birds flying around. We have been seeing unbelievable numbers of canada's in eastern Marion County and western Hancock County.

  5. That area is usually packed full as it is.