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.
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.
Lake N Biskits Blonde Roux "Gravy"
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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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