ARduckboy24 wrote:SETXhunter wrote:
Speck X blue
Rick Hall wrote:ARduckboy24 wrote:SETXhunter wrote:
Speck X blue
What makes you think that? I see nothing to indicate anything but a black-bellied speck: what the old Cajuns used to call a "Sgt. Major" and some of the young ones have promoted to "General". Many think them old males, but a buddy with permits to keep them says it's just genetic, rather than indicative of sex or age.
darb79 wrote:Back in high school I was lucky enough to have a buddy with wheels and a dog. On one trip we were walking the river at a local duck hunting hotspot doing some jump shooting when his dog (who did this quite often) dove into the brush at the rivers edge and came back with a hen mallard, live. We took the bird and checked her over and couldent find anything wrong with her, no broke wings, legs, nothing. I was wearing my front loader vest so I stuck her in so I could take her back to make friends with my domestic mallards I had at the time. That stupid thing stayed in my vest enjoying the ride and quacking occasionally. As we came up to a blind bend in the river it exploded with greenheads. My buddy pulled and dumped his birds, I dropped 2 with one round left in my mossberg. During this time that hen was going crazy quacking! When I was done shooting and the dog was in the water the hen was looking up at me and back at the water at the dead ducks, then she shimmied herself out of my vest and was flying straight out over the water(I was shocked that she was flying)! I looked at my buddy and pointed at the hen making her escape when he yelled "SHOOT IT"! Well that hen went right back in the vest for the second time.
Teddy Sherwood wrote:I took my cousin and my brother ( not pictured ) on their first goose hunt and they both limited out in about 45 minutes. I never even pulled the trigger till that little guy came across the spread and finished up our day. Just watching them react to the birds coming in was pretty cool and alot of fun.
Rick Hall wrote:That first pintail is a big deal for anyone, but you'll find that they all have twin sprigs.
QuackAddict95 wrote:Rick Hall wrote:That first pintail is a big deal for anyone, but you'll find that they all have twin sprigs.
Not all pintails are double sprigged only the mature drakes.
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rabbitdundied wrote: I use my mojos in places I don't want birds to land.
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