Bad waterfowl season doesn't hurt business
Joey Quadt retrieves decoys at a private hunting club outside Maxwell. Quadt frequents local businesses when hunting and said he had his best season in 13 years, unlike the generally low harvest numbers for many others. He hunts in a sunken blind at a club near the Delevan National Wildlife Refuge, which saw more hunters this season than previous years.
Monica Vaughan/Colusa County Sun-Herald
Bad waterfowl season doesn't hurt business.
With the close of a late white goose hunting season last week and the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge postseason hunt meeting on Friday, the sun has set on the waterfowl season until October.
The season seemed to be hit or miss due to unfavorable weather and increased habitat, and whi. Read Bad waterfowl season doesn't hurt business...