Mississippi Flyway Rambler

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Re: Mississippi Flyway Rambler

Postby suicidal_scaup » Sat Sep 28, 2013 7:58 pm

Now remember gentlemen, this is a numbers game and we are trying to get as many birds as possible...hence the "grey duck" in the back middle! Considering heavy rain most of the morning, it was a great hunt! Saw many woodies early and not much after. As always, we should have had more...Beretta24 and doubletheshovel will blame me for the shortage of birds due to poor shooting, but the jury is still out on that decision! Total of six woodies, one Susie mallard, one gw teal, and a coot.

Overall a great day with great people. Got some birds...shared some stories...and made some new friends. Thanks to all involved! Good times had by all!
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Re: Mississippi Flyway Rambler

Postby goldfish » Sun Sep 29, 2013 10:42 am

Coots need shooting too!

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