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Had today off, I got my first ringneck and also shot a pair of mallards and a drake gwt.
I'm loving these divers that are around right now, I never usually see them so I was happy to see them buzz the spread. I was also surprised to see the teal, usually they are long gone by this time.
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Great looking drake. I hope to see some of them soon.
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nice looking ringer! sounds like you had a great day
i shot 4 ringers last week and had a meal of one of them over the weekend. wrapped in bacon, dusted with pepper, and skewered. delicious
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Nice Black Jack! Congrats.
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Great looking duck.
Let me know how it eats - never had one.
Had the same thought about the teal - surprised but happy there are still some around. After a comparison taste test at dinner last night, I can attest to them being much better table fare than a hooded merg.
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