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Warm weather cools duck hunting success


There's probably no better way to sum up the state of the duck season than the words of wildlife biologist Tim Reis: "It's not happening anywhere at the moment."

Reis is the state Department of Natural Resources' wildlife supervisor for nine counties around Saginaw Bay, the heart of Michigan's waterfowl activity. His area saw a pretty fair start to the southern Michigan duck season Oct. 15, he said, but "things have slowed down substantially. That warm weather that came in from the southwest did it.

"The teal and some of the local ducks moved south with the first cold front, but once it warmed up again, there was no reason for ducks north of us to head south."   more...


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