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Heres my opener....it was fun but there we shot way too many teal too fast....we were limited out by 9:40 (started at 9) and didnt get the chance to bag the mallards that flew over after our bag was full
we did however manage to get a redhead, mallard, widgeon, couple woodes and the rest blue and greeen wing teal....and the big goose-looking birds are..........geese
I'm on the far right in both of these pics
this past saturday was pheasant opener for us MN boys and me and my little brother went out and filled our tags....gunnar locked down and pointed every single one......one pheasant hit my crotch when it got up.....needless to say....tyler got that one... hehe
Thats my Parker 20ga. side by side that i talked about my dad giving me when he died cuz my name is.......you guessed it... parker
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Nice looking birds. Good job!
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nice job looks liek you guys shot the head off that front goose....adn im sorry to hear that about your bird ..... ouch keep the boys safe maybe i should start wearing a cup phesant hunting nice job
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Good job viper. :salude:
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Congrats on a good looking hunt.
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your pics are great , your dog thou , is this dog an upland dog as well as a duck dog if so.........wow
good job. i wish my pup would be that versital.
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Great pictures man. I've got a buddy up in Big Lake, Minnesota. He just got a german short hair and all he's talked about is pheasant hunting. It's just a pup so he's got some time before he'll be hittin em hard.
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nice pics viper!
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Nice looking pheasants
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Looks great! :salude:
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