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    Default And the Winner Is ... By a Huge Landslie ...Yolo

    https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FileHandler.a...=105633&inline

    Wow ... Still pretty paltry in the grand scheme of things, but by far outclasses every other Sac/San Joaquin public hunting area.
    Last edited by Sporting Days; 11-08-2019 at 05:16 PM.

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    That is a great representation of how the pheasant hunting has gone into the toilet in Calif. on public hunting areas. Still hard to understand why since some private land still produces so many birds. I still think that all the mosquito abatement district's killing all invertebrates is a big contributor to the decline.
    I hunted Sacramento Refuge last Wed. and there were roosters crowing at dark in the assigned blind area. I saw one mosquito total for the two half days and one night I was there. Very different than what is/was normal for these temperatures.
    They have fall turkey hunting there now.
    Almost all of the duck habitat at Grizzly Island was burned up recently so no cover out in the ponds.
    Last edited by calamari; 11-09-2019 at 05:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sporting Days View Post
    https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FileHandler.a...=105633&inline

    Wow ... Still pretty paltry in the grand scheme of things, but by far outclasses every other Sac/San Joaquin public hunting area.
    Yolo also has three times the.numbers of hunters.than other refuges have. I wonder how many.hunters entered yolo the first day? I think chi a Island where I went had no more than 50 hunters

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