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Well I got to out a few days. Thanksgiving morning was looking good ,there were some ducks flying but no shots. I had a nice flock of geese coming in low, real low then out of no where SKYBUSTED! I mean like 80 to 100 yards busted! The guy must of thought he had the new XXXXF choke of something . I've miss judged some pass bye shots before but this was nuts!
Then he left ? Thanks. So then I went out for the last of the hang around pheasants and they weren't around.
So I hit Rhody for Sunday and came up empty. But I still had fun.
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At least you saw some ducks. Sounds like one hell of a scenic day.
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I had a nice flock of geese coming in low, real low then out of no where SKYBUSTED! I mean like 80 to 100 yards busted! The guy must of thought he had the new XXXXF choke of something .
I've seen more skybusters the past two years than ever before. It is getting absolutely ridiculous out there in some places. It is definite ignorance, but I have to wonder where these guys came from? I usually call them Duck Dynasty D*ckheads, they saw it on A&E and now they're experts? Nothing ruins a hunt faster than a neighboring skybuster and I usually pack up just for safety's sake. I do not want to be anywhere near those type of people when they have a shell in the chamber.
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