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Hey duck hunters

A.Mas

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Oct 24, 2019
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Hahaha have him get a job at a good bird dog kennel knowledge and contacts for the future and boat money covered.


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Aeds151

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Hows the hunting going? Im on 5th hunt this morning. 5 hunts not 1 bird this season. I guess 1st season is rough. Glad to have just borrowed waders until you see what its like.


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A.Mas

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Oct 24, 2019
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Hunting has been good for me out here in NC haven’t always got to shoot the birds I wanted but got to shoot plenty of birds.
 

Gator

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May 20, 2019
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Location
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With only a 2 mallard limit, this is the first year ever I can say I've limited on mallards every hunt. 5 total hunts thus far. Tomorrow is our last day and this morning scouting I didn't see very many ducks flying at first light so I may break that streak tomorrow
 

Korben

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Jan 4, 2020
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Late to the thread but I lived the duck hunting live for years. My first 4 seasons of the Arkansas 60 day season I hunted 30+ days each year. Member of a club with private fields, woods, etc etc. But public land was always the most fun to me the boat races (we they had them), arguments, and all that come with it. Luckily most of the arguments our group got in were the non-threatening type. Nothing like getting in before shooting time watching ducks touchdown and lift off in the moon light. Having them swim within an arms reach. The only thing that may be better is when the mallards are cupped floating down through the timbers at shooting time. The money spent is well worth it but there always seems to be more to spend.
 
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