Duck Hunting for puddlers like Mallards, Sprig (Pintails), Black ducks, Widgeons, Woodducks, Teal, and other ducks.
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who here has ever retarded hen take the hit for their boyfriend drakes? well, i have one multiple encounters where the hen will just swoop right in my target of the drake! thats one of the most annoying things in my opinion when something ticks me off in duck hunting. :pissed:
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99% of the time i get a hen, i could swear i had the bead on a drake.
darn sneaky ducks :hammering:
went puddler hunting this year as usual.... shot more divers than puddle ducks. typical
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Now if only women would take that cue and step in front of a speeding bus for us guys. Hey!
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this happened to me this year but, it was with a bluebill....
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I'm proud to hear that there are two, well, one mallard in Alabama!
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jedisme wrote:this happened to me this year but, it was with a bluebill....
Man I am just excited to hit a bluebill! Usually I lead the front drake, and hit the last bird in the flock or watch my shot hit about 10 ft behind the flock...
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:toofunny: haha no kidding, we had a flock of 15 buzz around back whenever I used to lead birds (changed to a different method), I shot about 7 foot infront of the lead bird and knocked one down about 5 foot behind him. The guys with me thought I was an awsome shot since I was the only one able to get one. I just told them that I shot that one cause I thought somebody would probably be aiming for the lead bird already, and just let them keep thinkin what they wanted :mrgreen: .
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i had about 15 bluebills come in well they were makin a fly by and me and my bud stood up to shoot and right before we pulled the trigger they started doin those jukin moves we just laughed and didn't even pull the trigger
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Seems like a lot of excusses for shotin hens :toofunny:
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