For those who enjoy duck hunting in Georgia this is the place to discuss everything from Georgia duck hunting outfitters to hunting pintails, mallards and canvasbacks on lake Seminole.
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What loads do yall use?
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3" 12ga, 2, 3 & 4 shot normally. Blackcloud, Winchester supreme, Heavy Metal, Hevi-Shot and sometimes Remingotn Nitro-Mag...or whatever i find a good deal on.
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I shoot Rio Blue Steel 3" #2 : 1-3/8oz, I general hunt a mixture of divers and puddlers and this shell works for both. I found that this shell leaves less cripples if any at all. I shoot a Stoeger M2000 with the factory Mod choke.
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I shoot what my buddy brings!!
Kents fasteel 4s and 2s,
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12ga 3" Federal Heavy High Velocity 3 and BB outta Rem 870 and Kick's Hi Flyers.
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comp-n-choke improved cylinder and drylok 3in #4s.
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high brass 7 1/2's
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Federal 3" #4's improved cylinder. Will choke down to a modified when open water diver hunting.
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12ga 3" 1-1/4 oz #4s drylocks... Will step up to #3s later in season
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10 ga. 3 1/2 bb - keeps me ready for geese and ducks
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