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I just started duck hunting this year and i was wondering what was the best way to setup a jerk line.
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badekent wrote:I just started duck hunting this year and i was wondering what was the best way to setup a jerk line.
I like mine in a slow cooker or crock pot.
I think you will have better luck in the decoy section then the cooking section
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That looks pretty good ole boy.
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