Share you waterfowl hunting gear tips and questions here. Including blinds, camo, clothing, etc... For decoys and calls, please see the other appropriate forums for that type of genre, Thanks.
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reliable alarm clock!!!!
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and the rest I just wasted"!!!
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david95 wrote:Seeing what y'all must have for a good morning duck hunt!
Number 1.............The wife's blessing........Duckdon
Forgive me for being arrogant. I own 2 Drahthaar's.
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I always have ZIP TIES, black, in 2 sizes in my blind bag, and in the front of my boat. Use em for all kinds of things!
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Camo clothes, gloves, & hat (dry) (check, check)
Duck calls (check)
BOAT PLUG!!! (check that twice)
Life Jackets (check)
The most important thing to remember to take when hunting in public timber is my friend Jerrod.
Do NOT forget Jerrod. (check)
Do I even need to say "hunting license"?
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aunt betty wrote:Do I even need to say "hunting license"?
YES. we had 2 guys (probably 60-70 years old) this year come in to the public area to draw for a spot and when they were asked for their licenses to get ready for draw in one yells "we gotta have licenses to hunt here?!?!" and him and his buddy stormed out of the place.
NRA and DU member, are you? if not you should be!
rabbitdundied wrote: I use my mojos in places I don't want birds to land.
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The Duck Hammer wrote:Lanyard full of RNTs
LOTS of ammo
Camo insulated coveralls
And good warm socks
Does RNT happen to pay you? or are you Stephens himself lol
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