Teal Season Wetland Area Status

2013 Teal season - Status of Missouri wetland areas (September 4, 2013).
Conservation Area Drawing Repairs & Construction  Habitat/Food Status Teal Season*
Moist-Soil Acres Flooded/ Wetland Status No. Parties
Nodaway Valley No None Good 150 in hunting pools, 40 in teal refuge No Limit
Bob Brown No None    Good 150-200 ac No Limit
Fountain Grove No Vandalism to Pump station and low Grand River level may delay pumping and total acreage Good  ~50-75 No Limit
Grand Pass No None Good 75-100 No Limit
Eagle Bluffs No None Good ~200 No Limit
Ted Shanks No Extensive levee repairs required after extended flooded this past spring/summer Fair ~350 No limit
B.K. Leach No None Good ~75 No limit
Marais Temp Clair 5:30am weekend mornings Pump electric repairs are scheduled. May delay pumping Fair 150-200 6-9
Columbia Bottom No Some area roads are under repair. Pumps down for electric repairs. Fair 5-50 No limit
Schell-Osage No  Access Road to A-4, B & C launch currently closed due to flood damage.  May be repaired for opener. Fair ~175 No limit
Montrose No None Fair Lake area No limit
Settles Ford No None Good 35 No limit
Four Rivers No Major Construction – Unit 4 Poor Unit 1 – 75 Unit 2 - 50-75 Unit 3 - 300; U 4 - 75 No Limit
Duck Creek No Minor Construction: Units A& B Pool 1: Good Unit A & B: Good Pool 1: 700 Unit A & B: ~75 mostly in sloughs No Limit
Otter Slough Yes, 5:00AM None Good 500 16-18
Coon Island No None Good 200 No Limit
Ten-Mile Pond No None Fair ~150 Mostly borrow pits and old sloughs No Limit
Little River No None Good 3 pools, ~45 acres 1 party/pool Hunting allowed Monday, Wednesday and Saturday

* Preliminary estimates are based on late summer projections, will be updated the week before teal season.

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