zee-unit wrote:There definitely has been some great advice - and for the middle of winter, this place is awesome!
So on Minnesota public land...is it best to just not call at all? I need to do some research and watch YouTube, but I like hearing from you guys more. When is it appropriate to call? I realize it can be a little different every time...but are there some general guidelines to follow on when or when not to call?
xrated wrote:Picked up Art of Commanding Ducks 2 this weekend.
Yes it is a sales pitch for Phils calls, but I got a few pointers I found helpful as I am learning. I found it odd he says to use "ten" vs most others same to say "hut".
Anyways on the topic of feeding calls he said not to do it if the water is over a foot deep and if the water is deeper and you use it it has the opposite affect. I got to thinking and boy I don't hunt many areas that are less than 18".
So what say you, is he right?
MNjonboatguy wrote:ze-ze-ze-ze-ze-ze-ze-zee UniT!
zee-unit wrote:If you hold an over under sideways to shoot, is it still an over under or is it now a side by side?
Doesn't matter. If you are holding it sideways, you know its going to be a kill shot.
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