Let em come on in

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Let em come on in

Postby duckdog » Thu Oct 26, 2006 10:33 pm

This year I have started doing things a little different when shooting at duck's. If they are not even considering of circling my decoys, I don't shoot, and if I can't tell what they are I don't shoot. Now I don't mean if a mallard comes by at 20 yards with no intention of looking at all, I am not going to shoot. Guess what I am getting after is I am not taking long shot's or skybusting if you will. I have even been letting alot of the teal, spoonies, and others just lite in the decoys, and watch them. Very enjoyable.

The nice thing about it is that I have learned alot more about decoying ducks doing this, even after doing it for 20 years.
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Postby Don Shafer » Fri Oct 27, 2006 5:31 am

That's the way to do it.
It's always more gratifying if you shoot em in the lips as they are on final approach into the blocks.
I like the look on their faces when they realize they got suckered, right before the load of #2 steel hits em.
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Postby horse » Fri Oct 27, 2006 5:08 pm

:salude: definetly sounds good to me,good luck all no matter what your hunting
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Postby cdwjrw3909@yahoo.com » Fri Oct 27, 2006 8:21 pm

I AGREE WITH U ALSO it's hard to make them come in, but when they turn u have the jerk with long gun shooting across the lake
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