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    Field hunting in snow flurries

    Finally found some birds using fields last night. Calling for snow flurries this afternoon and evening. About 1/2" total.

    I have hunted water during flurries before and did ok.

    Should I expect the field hunting to be good or not?

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    Only did it once and it was a great shoot.
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    Snow doesn't change em.
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    Probably make it better as long as you use a snow cover or fake snow to hide the blinds.

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    Were covered up with birds early in the afternoon but they quit flying an hr before shooting time. Can't wait for next weekend to get at it again

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    depends on how much snow, they may hit the fields a little late.
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