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Thread: Ontario woodcock reports 2014

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    Nothing around Penetang this weekend. Searched in my usual spots that always produce birds. I will try again next weekend.

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    Krawler With this snow the woodcock most certainly have left Penetang. You may find grouse but like the woodcock you'll have to head way south too catch up with them.....if they are still on this side of the border.

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    No snow yet down here but I didn't get out this weekend. Some snow in the forecast this week ... we'll see how I do....
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    Today-2 hours north of Woodstock. Very light dusting of snow. But ground was not frozen. 0 flushes, 0 signs of chalk. Equals 0 woodcock.


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    None along the Thames near me yesterday.
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    Nov 8 - Kawartha's. Hunted 2 hours no flushes.....there was about an inch or more of snow. Dog flushed a snowshoe hare, so at least I got supper.

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    I was deer hunting just south of Belmont last week and saw two birds flying right at first light.

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    Nov 11 - 45 mins east of London. Zero flushes. Hopefully the birds are waiting for me on pelee island. I know in previous years I was able to harvest a few during the pheasant clean up hunt.


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    I should of also noted that there was zero sign. No chalk anywhere.


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    Found a few today round trip 420 km. 7 flushes 4 in the bag. There's still hope they are out there. In case you are starting to forget what they look like.
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