Wednesday, March 21, 2007

There were only four that we stopped on their journey north

Had plenty of low clouds this morning, there was no activity in the pits this morning.

Most of the day there was the threat of rain, and birds just don’t fly when the moisture is high.

We had just one flock that got close enough to us to say they were decoying to us. That was about the extent of the activity for us today. However, out of that flock, there are four, that will never see South Dakota again. That was the total, of our bag today.

It was so cloudy that there may have been birds moving all day long, and we would have never seen them. Every once in a while, there would be a hole that opened up, in the clouds and, we would spot a flock, but we could not get then to work for us.

Remember the Troops tonight in your evening prayers, and please check back

See Ya Carl

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