I will be moving in march to scott AFB from anchorage and have a ton of questions, ranging from housing to hunting to what do i need to bring down for decoys. I will try to not overload everyone and post all my questions at once. While i dont' post on this site frequantly, i have been on it for a while now. I will start out and give everyone a little back ground on me. I knowi like to have a feel for the kind of person im dealing with before i decide if i want to help them out.
I am in my upper twentys, married and no kids. Born and raised in central Kansas on a farm. My family and inlaws all farm, so i know my way around the country and just about anything with wheels. I have a 13 month old Chessie, this was his first year hunting and he did fantastic. With a little luck we should get our junior hunter title this summer, and be well on our way to senior. He had a 92% recovery rate this year, loves working out of a dog blind and dog stand. We are a currently working through three handed casting and blinds. I have been waterfowl hunting for 12 years give or take and I am decent on a call. I am very dedicated and hardworking when it comes to waterfowl hunting. I promise you won't have to worry about me stealing your spot or talking to your land owners. I have had both done to me in the past, and it chaps my but!! Nothing i can't stand worse than a knife in the back. I have probably around 100 or so duck floaters, 12 goose floaters, 2 dozen duck shells, 2 dozen duck full body's, 12 goose fullbodys. Mallards, gadwalls, pintail, woodys,widgeon, canada's. Most all are avery decoys however i do have a few dakotas and big foots as well. Where i hunt up here it's a two hour drive followed by a 2.5 mile death march.
I gues this is a little long for an introduction, but i am a little long winded on things i am passionate about. Good luck this season, and if anyone would be interested in meeting up when i get down south the beers on me!!
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2013-2014 Season Recovery 89.5%
Days Hunted 42