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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Teahan View Post
    There are hundreds of uncut corn fields up there right now. They have just started harvesting. There is an endless supply of food there.
    Just never thought ducks fed or roosted on dry land in the dark.
    You would be surprised at how quickly ducks and geese can pick a field clean, when they no longer land there you know the food is gone, they are susceptible to predators when feeding in the fields at night, everything from coyotes,foxes,and owls will hit that field and feed on ducks and geese too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Teahan View Post
    There are hundreds of uncut corn fields up there right now. They have just started harvesting. There is an endless supply of food there.
    Just never thought ducks fed or roosted on dry land in the dark.
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    This generally depends on the moon phase. On a clear full moon night ,birds will stay in the fields.

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    Here's a few pics of a pond ip there.
    LOTS of coots, and quite a few widgeons, and what looks like, redheads.
    There are also deicers going.





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    Is that the pond by the feedlot? I've shot quite a few ducks there if it is.
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    yeah Chuck.
    Im scouting!
    Some geese on the big fields towards Morgan lake, and some ducks on the lake.
    Might try where the water comes out the plant. There were quite a few there when I pulled up this morning.

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    I used to hunt the inlet, but they mowed all the vegetation there so I haven't been back to Morgan for a few years. The outlet always has a ton of geese out there; the water is quite warm. i train on that side of the lake sometimes in the winter. You just about need a boat to hunt that part of the lake, though.
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    yeah. was thinkin that. the point sticking out looks like " the spot" but gotta see how to get out there.

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    exactly. There are enough fisherman hanging out there, though, that the geese seem to ignore the boats, so maybe that would work
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