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FROM THE FLYWAYS
November 25, 1957
S—snowR—rainF—freeze-upT—temperatureSF—spotty flightFF—fair flightGF—good flightEF—excellent flightGDW—good duck weatherSC—season closes (or closed)BW—bluebird weatherPG—poor gunningFG—fair gunningGG—good gunningEG—excellent gunningOP—outlook poorOF—outlook fairOG—outlook goodOVG—outlook very goodSO—season opens (or opened)
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November 25, 1957

From The Flyways

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CALIFORNIA: Geese, mainly specks and snows, now in Sacramento Valley by tens of thousands, with largest number between Williams and Colusa. Last week in three days 465 gunners dropped 499 geese at Colusa Refuge. Goose hunting tailing off in Tule Lake-Upper Klamath area, but still EG there.

WASHINGTON: Northern flights now at peak, and EG in spite of BW for ducks and geese.

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