Wilson Waterfowl Report -
Waterfowl numbers 1000 mallards; 600 divers, mostly goldeneye and common merganser.  3000 Canada geese
Mallard Migration Rank

Mallard Migration Rank = 4

The Mallard Migration Rank is subjective and ranges from 0 (no mallards) to 10 (Peak Mallard Numbers)

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Water level Over 10 ft below conservation pool.  record low elevation
Hunting conditions Most waterfowl on main body and in coves from Dam to Pelican Point and Dam to Lucas Park.  A few birds observed near Minooka Park and no birds further west.  Very little ice as of Friday; Spillway boat ramp is accessible.  Some success from State Park Cove to Deer Run Cove on south side.
Expected hunting success Good.

Cedar Creek and Elm Creek boat ramps are NOT OPEN due to low water conditions

Refuge CLOSED SEPT 1 through JAN 31

Contact Corps of Engineers at 785-658-2551 for hunting restrictions around Minooka, Lucas and Sylvan Parks

Contact Wilson State Park at 785-658-2465 ext. 1 for hunting restrictions around Hell Creek & Otoe Parks

To track the 2015-2016 waterfowl migration and post your hunting results visit Ducks Unlimited's Migration Map by clicking the link below:

Ducks Unlimited Waterfowl Migration Map