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    Default Early Fall schedule

    Anyone made plans for OOS trips this year? Canadian border is closed until the end of July and I am betting that it will be extended further.

    The crowds in the Dakotas are sure to be epic if things remain close to as is. We have driven across the Dakotas/E. Montana enough to know where the ducks and hunters tend to stack up, so it is an option.

    We have never hunted further west, except for one fall in Jackson Hole. I would love to spend some time on rivers/creeks in W. Montana. I recall Duckman#1 hunting Idaho years ago. It is coming at us fast...

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    I'm scheduled for elk in Alberta this September ... Really hoping the border is open by then.

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    NW Colorado and SW Wyoming for us this year
    "some men are mere hunters, others are turkey hunters"-Archibald Rutledge

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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinghagen#12 View Post
    I'm scheduled for elk in Alberta this September ... Really hoping the border is open by then.
    That sounds like a good trip. Let us know if you hear anything...

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    Flying into Bozeman, MT October 16th through 25th. Meeting up with some buddies who live out there chasing ducks and trout through Idaho, Wyoming and Montana.
    More Ducks, Less People

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    North Dakota mid October and Canada first of November. Will go to North Dakota again if Canada gets cancelled.

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    No Canada for me this year. First time since 2005. Idaho is back on the radar. And I’ll be spending a lot more time in Illinois deer and duck huntn. Gained access to two really good farms there
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    Montana October 24 thru till the money runs out chasing Elk , ducks , pheasant , Huns , sharps , and trout!!

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    Supposed to be in Canada September- October. Supposed to be..
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    Kansas early December. Hopefully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin4 View Post
    Kansas early December. Hopefully.

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    X2 on Kansas.

    Planning on going a little earlier in the season than December though.
    Depending on how this fall/winter pans out.
    Last edited by ScoobieMcDoobie; 07-14-2020 at 02:42 PM.

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    October Elk in CO and Washington State ducks at some point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    Washington State ducks
    I wonder what ever happened to Paul's Pond?

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    TX/OK For ducks, geese and Sandhills the end of January
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    I was actually planning a trip to PEI for an east coast Barrows but decided to wait because of the possible travel difficulties.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScoobieMcDoobie View Post
    X2 on Kansas.

    Planning on going a little earlier in the season than December though.
    Depending on how this fall/winter pans out.
    Yeah as of now, visitors from SC have to self quarantine for 14 days. May be giving another state my money.

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    My schedule is much more lax now that we can work from home whenever we want, if anyone makes it to UT/WY/ID holler.

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    Yearly MS trip again this year. Got the cabin for the whole season for a steal. Hoping to make multiple trips


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    Quote Originally Posted by JABIII View Post
    I wonder what ever happened to Paul's Pond?
    Still operating . Planted on schedule. one new pond for Ducks and additional opportunities for Geese ( if you are into that)....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin4 View Post
    Yeah as of now, visitors from SC have to self quarantine for 14 days. May be giving another state my money.
    Untested people from SC shouldn't need to be told not to travel to areas of the country that have much lower rates of infection.

    Who am I kidding? Of course they need to be told...

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