any rain hunting tips

Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by dover kwack smacker, Dec 28, 2010.

  1. just wondering if anyone had any helpful tips or advice for hunting in the rain such as what 2 hunt, how 2 put deeks and how many, or anything helpful
     
  2. duckboy32

    duckboy32 Well-Known Member

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    i can tell you in the mornin what does not work
     

  3. clane72286

    clane72286 Well-Known Member

    I've always had great luck in fields on rainy days. And as far as decoys I always try and make them land at the back of my spread. And as bad as I hate to say this. This is one of those places a robo that you can turn on and off wil HELP!!!:smack:
     
  4. cuppedup

    cuppedup Well-Known Member

  5. MollyWhop

    MollyWhop Well-Known Member

    x2... Try to manage your activities where you have an excuse to sleep in on rainy days. Work is always a decent excuse to not be hunting in the rain.:biggrin:
     
  6. heard alot of people talking about how they hate spinning wings i didnt put mine out till 9am didnt have any ducks want 2 even look at my spread or jerk string after i put my mojo out had ducks working and killed a couple so all the mojo haters the mojo really worked for me
     
  7. NWA Bowhntr

    NWA Bowhntr Well-Known Member

    I don't think people hate them because they DON'T work!:smack: They hate them because they DO work! Especially on younger birds:banghead::banghead:
     
  8. NWA, i hear ya man all this crap they mouth about em who really cares if use em or not. i will use mine sometimes and the sometimes i wont
     
  9. kwackwacker809

    kwackwacker809 Well-Known Member

    Do the young birds not taste as good as the old ones:head: do you pull the jawbone to check the age :head:
     
  10. skip1411

    skip1411 Well-Known Member

    Was in a field this morning and killed two limits. I have been told to abide by this golden rule and you would do just fine. " Cloudy day's in the field, blue bird days in the timber".
     
  11. rideordie

    rideordie Well-Known Member

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    there is nothing like killing a mature mallard drake
     
  12. browning5

    browning5 Well-Known Member

    Wear a raincoat!!!:whistle:
     
  13. jnjrup

    jnjrup Well-Known Member

    x2
     
  14. zpenter

    zpenter Well-Known Member

    have fun :up: at least your hunting its not about the killing its about the hunt :up:
     
  15. CrappieMaster220

    CrappieMaster220 Well-Known Member

    So when should I hunt the river?
     
  16. sunny b

    sunny b Well-Known Member

    freeze up! ha ha!:biggrin:
     
  17. kwackwacker809

    kwackwacker809 Well-Known Member

    Can u tell when there coming Thur the trees
     
  18. kwackwacker809

    kwackwacker809 Well-Known Member

    Wat about the lake?
     
  19. snydedawg

    snydedawg Well-Known Member

    Hunted the lake yesterday and only shot one duck...... back at the office today and tomorrow. hop0ing that with the rain and the storms that are on the horizon I'll enough water in the field next week and get in on some ducks then!
     
  20. skip1411

    skip1411 Well-Known Member

    I would think off of a sandbar would be just like a field. Wide open!! I have had a great day on the river when it was cloudy went a week ago when it was a pretty day and didn't even pick the gun up except when it was time to leave. Talk to a few guy's yesterday and didn't have any luck off of the river either.

    I'm not a expert by any means, I have common sense though.