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Friday, 31 January 2014 19:43

Bighorn River waterfowl Season

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The 2013 waterfowl season on the Bighorn River produced some of the largest concentrations of waterfowl I have ever seen along the Bighorn.  The cold weather came into the valley in late November and hung around for the rest of the year.  After the Yelllowstone River and all the other surrounding waterways froze up, all of the waterfowl made the Bighorn River Valley their home. Cornfields near the river would be swarmming with a tornado of ducks and geese, more then we could put a number on. We were surrounded by mallards as we laid in our blinds. The sound of their wings beating against the wind as they took off towards the sky sounded like the roar of a jet aircraft flying by. The only thing the clients could say was, "I have never seen or heard anything like this." 

Bighorn River Lodge's hunting Outfitter Ryan Kitts and I spent everyday in the field or on the water, scouting, guiding or hunting on are own. Frozen jet boats, stuck pickups, and even some truck and boat batteries that just didn't want to start, did not stop us from experiencing some of the best hunts we have seen.  The frustrations and our cold hands never discouraged us from providing the safest and most incredible experiences for our guests.

Here are a few photes to check out that are just a glimpse of the mind-blowing sights that everyone that went on a cast and blast with the Bighorn River Lodge and Reverse K6 got to experience.        

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