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While at a field trial in Hinckley this morning, about 50-60 mixed snows and blues came right over well in shooting range. Last week, saw several snows and blues mixed in with a bunch of Canada's in a cut cornfield near LaGrange. Had a guy tell us this morning a field in Fremont hosted several hundred recently. Remember reading that as they destroy their local nesting area along Southern James Bay, they are transitioning further to the east in search of suitable nesting cover, and then at migration time, their southerly routes have moved more in the direction of the Great Lakes region. With more and more being seen and reported, kinda sorta makes sense.
 

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Actually the bulk of the snow migration has shifted farther west than east. Manitoba doesn't see anywhere near the numbers they used to 10-15 years ago. But still seems like there are more and more stragglers out this way.
 

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We're headed down for another SG hunt this year, can't wait to wack some.
 

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PHUCK those white demons,if they start here say goodbye to your Canada shooting as you know it,where I hunt in sask when they show up they push the canadas right off the water
 
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