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A Canada goose @ Pymatuning Zone game lands in W. Pa ("Murderers' Row"); another guy's lab got it before I could. 3 yrs later, a woodie drake.
I'm the guy your Mother Goose warned you about.
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- Location: Mercer/Lawrence Co's. W. Pa
Hen Mallard during a youth hunt in 1991. Shot at the drake she was with and she ended up falling...
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- Joined: Wed Nov 24, 2004 6:27 am
- Location: Lansing, MI
Drake mallard was my first duck.
Since then.....sh.. I lost count.
I aint a killer but dont push me.......revenge is the sweetist joy next to gettin ..ssy
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- Location: Big Sky Country
Green Wing teal drake, I was 10, and duck's were flying everywhere, and lot's of shot's were coming out of my gun and something finnaly fell, been doing it ever since. Just using fewer shell's now. :mrgreen:
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- Location: Ruthven Iowa
Mine was a drake wood duck.
Been Stuck on Chasing Woodies Ever since!
Our youth are the Back Bone to hunting of the Future. Teach them WELL!
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- Location: Swamps of PA
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- Location: Lake Mary
A Bufflehead,had to swim for it myself since I didn't have a dog.Good thing I was young at the time!
My lab is still the best hunting partner there is.
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