I don't know about snow hunter but I've been hunting snows on the Queens SWA between Eads and Lamar since 1992 and keep a trailer to stay in on a nearby farm. The DOW digs about 50 pits there every goose season, there are plenty of feeding fields with green wheat and corn stubble and the hunting there used to be pretty good when the wind was blowing. But two of the four lakes have dried up, water levels have dropped in the two remaining lakes and this winter has been colder than usual, freezing both to the point where no snows can overnight there. John Martin has the only open water right now and that's where most of the birds are staying. Hunting should pick up when the weather warms, if it ever does over the next two weeks.The situation is the same in Kansas. The area between Cheyenne Bottoms and Glen Elder draws more than a million snows on their northern migration -- far more than in Colorado -- but a lot of the lakes are still frozen there and I've postponed a planning hunt from the last week in February to the second week in March.