Season Summary: Updated February 4, 2016.
Name: Mike Hungle
Location: Regina, Saskatchewan
Notable Weather Changes/Differences This Season: Extremely warm!
Winter Snow Summary: Winter never arrived to the prairies until hunting season was over.
Season Water Conditions: Lots of open water. Some smaller potholes from last season had dried up prior to hunting season.
Overall Feeding Conditions: Excellent
Duck Numbers Compared to Previous Years: Lower
Goose Numbers Compared to Previous Years: Lower
Notable Duck Migrations: None
Notable Goose Migrations: None
Overall Hunting Report: This past season was a tough season in Saskatchewan as the birds were slow in migrating. Even the hunters in the northern regions kept saying birds were slow in arriving and that large concentrations of staging birds really didn’t happen this past season. I did not observe any noticeable migrations. The birds were way behind schedule and when they did move south, they were very spread out and came in small waves instead of large pushes. My area held Canada geese until December 24th and Canada geese and along with a few ducks have been observed again starting the last week of January.