Hoping for a long shot

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Hoping for a long shot

Postby domsmith4 » Fri Jan 15, 2010 11:57 am

I know this might sound crazy, but here goes. I live in Oklahoma and will never be able to afford to come up there and hunt sea ducks. I know that it is legal to give someone ducks as a gift and I was hoping that you could send me a few for me to mount. Of course I would pay for shipping. Please don't laugh too hard, it is the only chance I'll get to have some of those awesome birds. If you have any extras, instead of cutting them up please let me know. Thanks Dominic domsmith4@gmail.com
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Re: Hoping for a long shot

Postby waldo2382 » Fri Jan 15, 2010 5:31 pm

Season in most areas has been closed for a month already.
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Re: Hoping for a long shot

Postby jonnyb » Wed Jan 27, 2010 10:49 am

yeah season closed :crying: :crying: :crying:
I didn't think that it was against any laws to "gift" ducks.... but idk.
man look into getting up here it can be expensive you dont need a guide. a good shotgun a good map and a fishing pole( with a small jig or spinner on it ) and DONT for get your rain great if your coming to western AK LOL
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