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  1. #11
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    Re: Last hunts for ducks..., and season pics

    Why does the season end on a Friday? I got working at 5:00 am hoping I could jam in one last afternoon by quitting at 11:00 and heading dow river to be set up by noon. Did not happen as of course I got buried. Shoulda just slept in. Why not just call it on a Sunday and everyone can have a last stab at it without watching the season trickle away during the work week?

    Great pics!
    Last edited by Dano; 01-23-2021 at 11:17 PM.

  2. #12
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    Maple Ridge, B.C. Canada
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    Re: Last hunts for ducks..., and season pics

    From what I have heard, we are allocated a certain number of days to hunt waterfowl each year (120?). Waterfowl Heritage Days eat up 2 as they count against the number of days. That’s why we lose the last weekend.
    There’s rumours Heritage Days are phasing out in favour of a different program so we may see duck season ending on sundays again in the future.
    Our split goose season is also affected by this, the Nov. shut always occurs when migrating geese come into our area. Wish the spring cull hunt wasn’t included in our allocation of days as I have lots of opportunities that can’t be capitalized on after the November closure...


    Quote Originally Posted by Beachcomber View Post
    Why does the season end on a Friday? I got working at 5:00 am hoping I could jam in last afternoon by quitting at 11:00 and heading dow river to be set up by noon. Did not happen as of course I got buried. Shoulda just slept in. Why not just call it on a Sunday and everyone can have a last stab at it without watching the season trickle away during the work week?

    Great pics!
    Maddy doing what she does best!

  3. #13
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    Re: Last hunts for ducks..., and season pics

    Awesome pictures of some really healthy looking birds.
    This is no longer a pandemic. It's an IQ test.


    Bye everyone. Good luck

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