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DUCH RESURGENCE THE PERFECT STORM GAME ANNOUNCE THE REGIONAL PROSPECTS FISH Compiled by Andy Tannock t's official, the 2017 near record wet winter and there were flooded paddocks to hunt. Signs were that, due to the wet spring. 2018 should be better for a greater number of hunters. Andy says their research indicates that mallards will stay tight in an area if environmental conditions are favourable. If the pond ducks occupy is a good one they don't need to travet far, which is evident where hunters are actively maintaining the habitat. Duckling survival over the first 10 days is critical, therefore predator trapping and planting of cover trees can make a real difference to local hunting spring provided the perfect storm for mallard duck Packing on the condition with a worm-based high protein diet laid on by all the flooded grassland, hens produced larger clutches and multiple broods. The floodwaters lasted through spring, enabling broods to flourish and now some Fish e Game officers are describing the breeding success as phenomenal The concern then became the dry spell that followed. However tropical deluges and some useful rain fronts arrived at the critical time, freshening feed areas and topping up moult sites to sustain the bulging of which has been the number of farm issues he's had to deal with to flocks many keen hunters were already eyeing up Fish & Game, while delighted at the breeding bounce-back, havefinding a lot of unhunted ponds on opening weekend, meaning hunting taken a conservative approach for the 2018 season, holding firm with opportunities that are simply not being taken up "It's a matter of using regulations that provide for base populations to continue the re-build, Google Earth to find good looking ponds, then being prepared to knock with most regions leaving bag limits and season lengths as they were on the door and ask permission. in 2017. Bag limits may be the same, but the likelihood of more hunters reaching the limit will be widespread, and not just on opening weekend, Hawkes Bay's Nathan Burkepile reiterated that the success of the wet but deeper into the season as well. If you hunt a hot area,it could be the spring had led to wetlands full of breeding waterfowl "We are looking season to challenge yourself to a drakes-only opening weekend. For the record, we invited the Fish & Game regions to sum up their mallard coming outof its low cycle and, with the habitat work being done, we Glenn Maclean reports masses of birds fledged a measure move ducks off crops and clover Interestingly, he reports his rangers are forward to a decent year this season. The population appears to be to see an increase over the next few years rarapa region had the highest conditions, many mallards bred at least twice up his way.He suggestedpreseason duck count for many years in 2017 however success more hunters adapt to changing land use, seeking permission to hunt measured by birds harvested per hour was only average. Despite the on harvested maize stubble as, by May 5, mallards and parries will be on outstanding breeding season, manager Phil Teal has recommended à cropland seeking any spilled grain; the makings foran exciting hunt.conservative rebuilding approach with no regulation changes, a move endorsed by hunters through an online survey carried out late last year. manager Rudi Hoeties reports that due to the ideal springThe Manawa field officer David Klee reports good numbers of mallards at the banding sites, confirming the cumulative effect of twoNelson/Marlborough field officer lacob Lucas said that a lowering of good consecutive breeding seasons. He also pointed out that due to th mit last season resulted in a better spread of game, with an increase wetter summers the incidence of botulism had dropped. "All in all, things are looking as good as they have done in our region for a number promising for 2018 and no regulation changes are planned. Jacob did of years, with no regulation changes planned for 2018 in the recorded number of ducks harvested per hour. Things look just as warn of a pukeko population explosion... We firmly believe in areas where there are high numbers they are having a real effect on duckling Region's Andy Garrick said that the 2017 season, while average survival. Hence the organised pukeko hunt is planned to continue again most, proved to be one of the best ever for some hunters, particularly this season. in locations where breeding success had been stronger, and where Trading Terms & Finance Options-see page 241

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