Pickeral Creek Webinar Tonight

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by lonewolf, Sep 3, 2020.

  1. lonewolf

    lonewolf New Member

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  2. mallardman2

    mallardman2 New Member

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    Stopped by and got the Clift Notes from the guys today. Going to be renamed Metzgers 2.
     

  3. How was the webinar I couldn’t get on for it I was at work
     
  4. lonewolf

    lonewolf New Member

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    Lots of info on dates, aerial photos, access, etc. They're going to post it on Wild Ohio tomorrow.
     
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  5. I looked this morning i can’t find it
     
  6. chewy

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    Hunted on Monday .My buddy and i first time out this year . Went hunt zone 18 . Liked area since they fixed that whole section . And a
     
  7. chewy

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    No water was pumped in units in whole section. What a joke. I don't understand why . Has anyone heard whats up with Pickeral Creek:mad:
     
  8. Dan_O

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    They only flooded a few sections for teal season, the rest will be flooded up for big duck season. Hunted 38 one day. Tons of millet with water, but birds weren't using it. They were using zone se of it, directly north of woods. Or at least there was plenty of shooting there. Zone north of there tried to take home some wood duck. Good thing they were poor shots.
     
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  9. UTkicker

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    Place is blown out just a few stragglers left
     
  10. Dan_O

    Dan_O Well-Known Member

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    That sure is a long a$$ walk to the 39 area. Be nice if they opened the gate.
     
  11. chewy

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    Saw teal around Monday . I don't understand why not flooded . Pickeral Creek a great area for teal. Always produced for me in past.
     
  12. twolabman

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    We hunted units 20 /25 on the opener and saw plenty of teal. Both these units had plenty of water and lots of freshly flooded grass for perfect teal habitat. Ended the day with a limit. Most of the shooting came from the SE units however after witnessing there “shooting” at several flocks they might as well used a 30-06.
    I am sure a lot has changed since opening day up there but here in NE Ohio I am seeing more Green wings showing up daily with these colder nights. Should be a good weekend.