|Waterfowl numbers||Few geese observed on Monday, Feb. 5. See Comments for La Cygne Wildlife Area.|
|Mallard migration rank|| |
MMR = 3.
0 = No Mallards, 1 = Very Few Mallards, 5 = Moderate Numbers, 10 = Peak
|Water levels||Water levels good nearly everywhere.|
|Hunting/ Habitat conditions|| |
Wetland vegetation is generally good with the exception of Unit G. Unit G is being held full and will be lake-like for regular waterfowl season.
|Hunting success||Final for duck season: 2,438 ducks / 2,430 hunters = 1.0 success. Total dark goose harvest thru February 1 = 44.|
La Cygne Wildlife Area: 399th Street boat ramp frozen in. A few hundred Canada geese observed on Monday, Feb. 5.
All hunters must check-in daily using iSportsman electronic check-in from a PC, smartphone, or by phone before hunting and check out at the end of the hunt regardless of harvest. We now have a zero tolerance policy on failure to comply with iSportsman and check station requirements. Please remember to fill out the check-out report with accurate information. THIS INFORMATION IS VERY IMPORTANT TO THE CURRENT AND FUTURE MANAGEMENT OF THE AREA. FILL OUT ONLY YOUR INDIVIDUAL HARVEST EFFORTS, i.e., NOT A GROUP HARVEST TOTAL. Go to:
Outboard motors are restricted on this wildlife area and are allowed in Unit G and in the boat lane only in Unit A-East. Outboards are not allowed in any other wetland units. Electric trolling motors are unrestricted. Boats must be operated at wakeless speed. Boats must have sufficient PFDs for occupants.
Go to MDCWA and click the "News" icon near the top for more information on general waterfowl habitat. Waterfowl report is updated only if there are significant changes in waterfowl numbers or hunting conditions.