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the wet spring had lifted the water table in many birds around this coming season. Bag limits stay at 20 mallard/greys per
areas resulting in ephemeral (surface) brood-raising water lying where
it had not been seen in several years. Fish&Game officer Steve Terry
said Lake Ellesmere had hunter opportunities with a number of unused
maimais thatothers could claim and do up. He said duck behaviour had
changed, with more birds resting up on the many Canterbury irrigation
reservoirs. "Ducks have to feed though, and aspiring duck hunters
should start door-knocking in these irrigated areas now.Be open and
transparent with farmers as many are not hunters and safety is their
day for opening weekend, then 10 for the rest of the season, which stays
at three months.
If you hunt a hot area, it
could be the season to
Rhys Adams, of
then breeding, conditions unfolded in his region also. Consequently
Rhys states, "we anticipate a good season for mallards!" Could be an
understatement as CSl is maintaining its 50-mallard timit and three
agreed the ideal worming
challenge yourself to a drakes
-only opening weekend."
lan Hadland reports the number of fledglings coming out of the
extremely wet breeding season as phenomenal. "We don't even have to
exaggerate that this yearl There's wide agreement that this could be one
of the more productive seasons for the Otago hunter!"
Up until the February floods
lower than average rainfall and warmer weather, and manager Zane
Moss reports that the brood counts have been "moderate.
But based on our strong numbers last season there should be plenty of
hit the weather news for the
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