SnookMan88 wrote:nice pics. I really like your gun, you dont see many people shooting side x sides any more. what guage is it? I have an old stephens side x side in 16 guage that I may hunt with a day or two this season. Also nice job on the wood ducks. I was real surprised I did not see any at my secret spot this season because I saw a bunch scouting there. Its funny how things workout though, when I scouted the area I saw tons of woodies and only about 5 teal. The next day (opening day) I saw 0 wooducks and over 1000 teal, its funny how these things happen from time to time.
Thanks, the double is a Baikal 12 gauge. Never gets shot much. In fact it was actually my standby cripple gun
. I was shooting my old Browning A5 Light 12 Humpback. I love the recoil action on it, its engineering at its best. Funny thing was that I saw teal a couple weeks before the season and as it got closer they disappeared. The wood duck number stayed the same but once opener came the teal came out of nowhere. Surprised the hell out of me. That wood duck in the second pick on the far left is my mounter for the year. Ive never shot one as pretty or as big as him.
Only trust those who like big butts, for they cannot lie.
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Botiz630 wrote:Finally, I can compensate for my tiny wiener without breaking the bank.