Saturday, January 23, 2010

Santee Delta duck hunt





The next to the last weekend of duck season brought high hopes for the arrival of new migratory ducks. Blue-winged and Green-winged teal reports in the Delta have been fairly steady lately, while the 'big ducks' have yet to show up in great numbers. With overcast skies, a gentle wind and a 40 degree temperature - waterfowlers set their blocks out in likely locations and hunkered down waiting for legal shooting time and a chance to make the most of their opportunity. It is safe to say that memories were made for more than one Lowcountry outdoorsman when their game bags were filled with legal limits of ducks and the experience of duck hunting was shared with friends.

To view a video about Rice Hope Plantation click here.

To view a past duck hunt report from the Santee Delta click here.

PhotosByJeffDennis: Jim Clark and Jeff (in his True Timber Amerisuede Flooded Timber camo) celebrate waterfowling traditions together; Young sportsman Will Marlow of Georgetown was able to take his FIRST limit of ducks ever with six teal; Jeff and Julian are holding a WinnTuck game strap full of tealand are pictured with Phillip Lammonds of the Blue Dogs band; Lowcountryoutdoors.com was especially pleased to pick-up some 'jewelry' when this drake green-winged teal came into the decoys wearing a federal leg band!

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