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Rahma

Postby HaydenMU » Fri Sep 26, 2008 3:51 pm

Hey,

ive hunted rahma a few times and never gotten a duck or goose, but had a few shots on ducks and busted a few rabbits. I was just wondering if anyone has gotten anything at all, and if so what kind of setup were you using. :)
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Postby Husker20 » Fri Dec 05, 2008 12:30 pm

I havent had any luck eaither, just wondering though u no of any good places to hunt wood ducks?
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finally

Postby HaydenMU » Fri Dec 05, 2008 5:31 pm

we set up with a half hour to hunt, called geese right in and got one :P
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Re: Rahma

Postby nek9handler » Sun Aug 02, 2009 7:50 pm

Just moved to Colorado Springs and looking for good place to hunt ducks and geese.

Anyone have a good pond setup that needs a blind and tons of decoys and a hunting partner...

I dont really want to make the two hour drive to a place I checked out saturday thats up on the platte.

It is a warmwater slough though probally really good.

Otherwise I am looking at Ramah as the closest place.

Do you need a reservation?

Boat?

I do have a duck boat so that is not a problem

Thanks

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Re: Rahma

Postby COduckhntr » Fri Sep 18, 2009 9:55 pm

unless something has changed Rahma is dry.... you want to hunt some ducks i might have a good spot its about hour and 20 mins from the springs flooded field that is tilled up right now and abut 2 acres of flooded wheat right beside it going to try the teal again tomorrow morning.... look at karval lake... and there is two other ones out ther that might be good... hugo and kinney lake both just over a hour from the springs all of them are public.... i think you might need reservations at karval

you want to hunt some teal call me at 4:30 tomorrow morning

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kms399 wrote:that would be a seagull

:lol3: Maybe I am that dumb, but it looks awfully fat like a goose.



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Re: Rahma

Postby nek9handler » Fri Sep 18, 2009 10:20 pm

I would love to but I am in Afghanistan currently for 19 more days.......

When I return I would love to hook up for a hunt.....Flooded fields are fun......I also have a three man tub blind with codura camo top and full of canada's and duck decoys sitting waiting to find a place to leave at for the season.

Looked at a few leases in the North East but the drive is just two hours to much

I will get a hold of u though

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Re: Rahma

Postby COduckhntr » Sat Sep 19, 2009 10:57 pm

brother as soon as you are ready you let me know i will put you on what ever birds i can.... weather its the last one or a 100
Papachessie wrote:
kms399 wrote:that would be a seagull

:lol3: Maybe I am that dumb, but it looks awfully fat like a goose.



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Re: Rahma

Postby COduckhntr » Mon Sep 21, 2009 8:25 pm

haven't forgot about you i will have the truck warm when you get here.....
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kms399 wrote:that would be a seagull

:lol3: Maybe I am that dumb, but it looks awfully fat like a goose.



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