On our duck hunting trip to Oklahoma last year, we were fortunate enough to hunt the same location three days in a row and shot limits of ducks every day. It was one of those trips where the stars aligned and everything worked in our favor. We never dreamed it could happen again.
This year, just days before our Oklahoma duck hunting trip, a cold front moved through and froze a lot of water sources forcing ducks to small areas of open water on rivers. Cold weather forces ducks to feed on grains such as corn and soybeans. "The Ditch" field was full of mallards yet again and we battled through a cold late winter thunderstorm to have a great hunt. The weather was just cold enough for ducks to still be dry feeding, but we knew the duck hunting was going to get tough in the coming days as the weather warmed back up. See how the ducks and us had to adjust as the weather changed in next week's duck hunting video.
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