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    Time to get serious about woodcock here. Unfortunately weather is not cooperating. Been bone dry here and my bush is suffering. Seems the birds are filtering in however without the typical forest puddles they don't seem to be stacking up. Sure there must be a bunch of them somewhere however having trouble finding the sweat spot.
    Dry conditions even gave the matriarch trouble as they seem to be running more. Rains in the forecast the next couple of days so here's hoping to more consistent numbers
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    25 mm rain for the North East tomorrow, you can have it. We had lots.
    "When you piss in the wind, you will get your feet wet."
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    I’m with you! Let it rain!!

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    nope. im hoping that these corn stalks will be cut and all this rain is going to spell a standing corn controlled hunt where i am. rain can wait in my books :P

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    Rain Wednesday, and yes the bush needs it.

    Those of us who are hunting moose NEXT week, prefer to have rain THIS week anyway!!!

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    Keep your rain! Its messing with my fishing and the pickerel are really hitting.

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    Don't believe the birds are stacked anywhere as I don't believe they are moving much. Been Southerly winds the last two weeks so doubt they will migrate just yet until the winds change.

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    On mass no but they are trickling threw. Locating birds normally on edge cover where you just know they've dropped in for the night. Thing is its one here one there. One of the birds taken was still in pin feathers so who knows as the birds gave up no info on interrogation.
    With 60km winds from the northwest should test your theory.
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