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Just wanted to give anybody in the Nampa area a Warning to watch their gear. I had my mine and my buddies waders stolen out of the bed of my truck. Both pair were Cabelas 1600 size 11 and 12, and my hunting License and all permits in the front flap. My truck was up against my garage so they walked up to the house and grabbed them under the lights and all. I live in a nice neighborhood in southeast Nampa and never worried before. Hopefully everyone will check their gear and head warning.
Good Luck to all in your future Waterfowling Adventures.
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thats a bummer!
I think cabelas has a sale on the Armor flex 1600's (or something like that) on sale for really cheap right now . basically the Supermags with abrasion resistant knees.
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That sucks dude, thanks for the reminder. I hunt some parts that hardly have any other hunters so I take that for granted. Thanks for reminding me that there are still trolls and low lifes in 'our' sport. I guess you gotta watch your back on the way home from your outtings. I have heard of large amounts of decoys getting jacked from peoples open garages. I would light some ass up over that
Give a man a duck... Feed him for a day... Teach him to fowl hunt... Feed him for a lifetime...Teach him in your spot... Learn to hunt a different spot....
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I hate Nampa. I got my waders and God knows what else I had back there stolen while I was parked at one of the access points on the south side of Lake Lowell.
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