Saturday, August 29, 2009

Great Field Report.

I got this field report from Waterfowler.com in my email. Looks like it could be a great season for Duck and Goose hunting in North Dakota.
Duck production in the U.S. Prairie Pothole region during 2009 was
outstanding and simply exceeded all expectations. Ample water and excellent
habitat conditions have resulted in the best duck production in decades.

In short, if you have ever dreamed of hunting the Prairie Pothole region of
Dakota¹s, this IS the year to do it. While the clock is ticking, there is
still time to plan a waterfowl hunting adventure of a lifetime and witness
your conservation dollars at work.

From freelance hunting to guided hunts, the Prairie Pothole Regions North
and South Dakota will provide a lifetime of quality hunting memories. In
our experience at WFC, during an El Nino season, hunting is best where the
ducks begin their migration and where they finally stop ­ as the big push is
often hard and fast.

If you decide to make a trip to the Mecca of dunk hunting itself, visit
Waterfowler.com today to plan your freelance adventure or book a hunt with a
qualified guide service.

WFC readers visiting the region are encouraged to support our sponsors when
possible. For guided hunting information in both the U.S. and Canadian
Prairie Pothole Regions, members can contact Black Duck Outfitters at:
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