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    Season are only a suggestion

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    Quote Originally Posted by No-Tox View Post
    Season are only a suggestion
    Listen to this man.

    He's pre-med.
    google blue waffle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markstanco View Post
    Listen to this man.

    He's pre-med.
    Is that the moment right before you eat a bean?

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    An ecstasy bean?

    Btw-cracked corn attracts coons too. Putting out traps today and switching to wheat.

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    So is that a coyote chasing ducks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidG View Post
    So is that a coyote chasing ducks?
    Wolf

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshCallUser View Post
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    black and from Mississippi

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckpond View Post
    black and from Mississippi
    Sorry, missed that. Should have been obvious.

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    Looks good Dane, hope they remember it next year.
    When in doubt, you can always pee on it.
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    Might take a few years, but they'll remember it eventually. Should be well planted next year. Unfortunately, my millet didn't take too well because the top soil was scraped off all the way to clay. Hoping that having water on it for 6 months silts it enough that I have a better topsoil for planting this summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgDuckHunter View Post
    Thought about that. Have heard very mixed reviews.
    I put 3-18 wheeler loads of coarse sand in piles in my marsh about 8 years ago. I've never seen a single bird use it. Save your $$.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brazosboyt View Post
    I put 3-18 wheeler loads of coarse sand in piles in my marsh about 8 years ago. I've never seen a single bird use it. Save your $$.
    Size matters. There was a place out around Katy that I believe mbdux used to hunt, the quarry maybe? Usually a lights out hunt from what I recall because the ducks were coming to grit. Ducks got to have grit for the gizzard as you know. Two biologists have told me torpedo sand is the most consistent for what waterfowl need.
    River bank and masonry sand is not large/coarse enough.
    Your mileage may vary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brazosboyt View Post
    I put 3-18 wheeler loads of coarse sand in piles in my marsh about 8 years ago. I've never seen a single bird use it. Save your $$.
    Generally, ducks and geese will take their grit on their roost before flying out to feed. Generally, the geese will take their grit in a field roost at night, then fly out to a marsh setting or active grain field to feed. So, if your marsh is a feeding marsh, it would be no surprise that they would not take their grit there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajun Duckman View Post
    Size matters....River bank and masonry sand is not large/coarse enough.
    Your mileage may vary.
    True to all of this. It depends whether you are hunting a feeding area or a roost, too. They take grit on a roost before flying out to feed.

    Bottom line is that it is a low-cost benefit to you and a real plus for waterfowl.

    Stock ponds and isolated lakes with no feed in them are obviously roost ponds, and grit really benefits those areas.

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    We got neither, just your sloppy seconds!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajun Duckman View Post
    Torpedo sand for grit.
    Best friend just happens to own a masonry supply. He's gonna haul a 15 yard load of it up there for me this summer.


    Better to have a pile or spread it thin?
    Last edited by AgDuckHunter; 02-17-2017 at 11:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgDuckHunter View Post
    Best friend just happens to own a masonry supply. He's gonna haul a 15 yard load of it up there for me this summer.


    Better to have a pile or spread it thin?
    I'll ask benny for you
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    make a big ol pile right in the kill zone
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