How has the hunting been the last couple of years at glovers Creek since they made it a qouta hunt? Is it still just ringnecks and woodies? And have they put in blind spots specific or still just get in anywhere there's water?
I went to the first hunt there last year. We were the only group to show up. Had two small group of woodies fly by high at day light, and didn't see an duck after that. We brought a boat and the spot we set up looked awesome, but obviously the ducks thought different. Maybe we just picked the wrong area.
What's to get mad about? Glovers creek ain't worth going. That's the honest truth. I gave you that advice first thing. Seriously, if someone called me today and said let's go to glovers creek for the quota hunt, I would politely decline the offer.
JB is speaking the truth. Glover's may be good for a 10 minute wood duck shoot and then it will be over. Later in the season you may get some Ringers but even that hasn't happened in the last few years. I hunted it late last year on an invite and we saw very few birds. A few high flying wood ducks and some mergansers.
I'm not mad about anything. A little aggravated that you can't have a reasonable discussion about anything on here anymore without someone jumping in with a crap comment. It was my fault. I should have known better.
I wouldn't waste a point on glovers. I just simply was wondering if the state making it a qouta hunt had helped it to hold any birds? You (jb) politely answered that and I thanked you for it.
I would say no as of now. The place had been let go pretty much and not really "managed" per say. The new Game Manager for the WMA is currently working on making it better. He is currently replacing the water control structure so the water can be managed better in the future.
Don't worry you are in the right place. Might as well go try the quota hunt. I can promis you one thing you will at least kill nothing in peace. No getting shined down, having people set up 50 yards away.