Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby Jones co Ducker » Sat Sep 10, 2011 1:53 pm

Take the time to pull your waders to your ANKLES not to your waist as the loss of bladder pressure will result in much "dribbling" on your waders which you then have to roll back up on your chest
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby T Man » Tue Sep 20, 2011 5:33 pm

When you pee, fold your waders inside in the front so the aforementioned dribbling doesnt occur inside your waders
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby ffmcfaull » Fri Sep 23, 2011 1:04 am

Real men don't "dribble"
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby huntall6 » Fri Sep 23, 2011 1:07 am

ffmcfaull wrote:only old men "dribble"


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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby ffmcfaull » Fri Sep 23, 2011 8:12 am

Don't know what fify means, but hi huntall6.
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby duck jerky » Sat Sep 24, 2011 11:01 am

Never wear full white camo when around cows you might just get charged at and don't use your gun to hit the cow in the head it will bust your gun. :sad:
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby duck jerky » Sat Sep 24, 2011 11:03 am

When coming back to your vehicle always put gun in first never lean against the vehicle or lean it up against anything you might just forget about it :oops:
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby ffmcfaull » Sat Sep 24, 2011 1:46 pm

Duckjerky, are cows more likely to charge you if you're in all white? If so that's some useful info. I didnt know that.
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby Westtennduckhunter » Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:05 am

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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby duck jerky » Mon Sep 26, 2011 5:00 pm

ffmcfaull wrote:Duckjerky, are cows more likely to charge you if you're in all white? If so that's some useful info. I didnt know that.


Well I have walked past these cows for years and had no problems but this time I was all in white except abit of my waders and well the cow didn't like it and it came right at me I was hollering at it but didn't work she put her head down and thought o crap so just at the last second I swung my gun hit her in the head and broke the barrel.
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby Steel Shot » Tue Sep 27, 2011 9:50 pm

ffmcfaull wrote:Duckjerky, are cows more likely to charge you if you're in all white? If so that's some useful info. I didnt know that.

Cows are colorblind.
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby Shade » Wed Sep 28, 2011 12:09 am

Steel Shot wrote:
ffmcfaull wrote:Duckjerky, are cows more likely to charge you if you're in all white? If so that's some useful info. I didnt know that.

Cows are colorblind.



Which means they see in Black and White, therefore wear one solid color makes it easy to pick out your outline from the surroundings. Especially all white. Whether or not they see white as a threat.........?
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby drakz » Tue Oct 04, 2011 9:37 pm

Cows will charge you when they have young around. Where I hunt I have to park and walk through cows when the kids are not around but when the kids are out with Mommy, the farmer makes us drive past them and park in a different spot because they will and have charged the hunters where I go. :huh:

Call me a whimp, for some reason Cows freak me out. I prefer driving by them. I can say though about the white thing. I have a White Ford Ranger and one day I swear about 30 cows huddled around my truck and licked the Crap out of my truck. It looked like I had a Camo Pattern up and down my whole truck because of the Crap all over their tongues. :lol3:
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby Shade » Thu Oct 06, 2011 3:59 pm

drakz wrote:Cows will charge you when they have young around. Where I hunt I have to park and walk through cows when the kids are not around but when the kids are out with Mommy, the farmer makes us drive past them and park in a different spot because they will and have charged the hunters where I go. :huh:

Call me a whimp, for some reason Cows freak me out. I prefer driving by them. I can say though about the white thing. I have a White Ford Ranger and one day I swear about 30 cows huddled around my truck and licked the Crap out of my truck. It looked like I had a Camo Pattern up and down my whole truck because of the Crap all over their tongues. :lol3:



Ooh, Bessy, look over there. They brought in a Giant Salt Lick! :lol3:
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby drakz » Thu Oct 06, 2011 6:36 pm

"Ooh, Bessy, look over there. They brought in a Giant Salt Lick! :lol3:"


I know, that's what I thought! They got every square inch of that thing. I don't know what they liked about it, but it was pretty bad. I remember leaving the crap on there and going to work and my boss was giving me a hard :lol3: time!
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby aunt betty » Fri Oct 14, 2011 6:13 pm

Paint the white parts on your decoys extra. White is the easiest color to see and decoys with "fresh" white POP. I stole that tip out of Ducks Unlimited magazine which is also a source for many good tips.

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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby huntall6 » Fri Oct 14, 2011 7:33 pm

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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby Steel Shot » Mon Oct 17, 2011 12:38 pm

A pencil makes a good plug.
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby Just call me...Crackshot » Mon Oct 17, 2011 3:33 pm

Steel Shot wrote:A pencil makes a good plug.


:lol3: My friend Chad in Utah got busted for this. We just got done hunting that day and were walking to the truck when he goes "Watch this sweet trick I can do" and put in a fourth shell in his gun. Well when we got to the truck Mr. Green Jeans comes over to check our plugs. When he gets to Chad, he is shaking the gun and the Warden asks him what he's doing, he say "Trying to get my plug back in place". So don't use a pencil :lol3: funniest ticket I've seen given.
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby duckmanNV » Tue Oct 18, 2011 8:07 pm

Tip of the day- dont forget your ammo
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby Steel Shot » Tue Oct 18, 2011 10:05 pm

duckmanNV wrote:Tip of the day- dont forget your ammo

Or your gun.
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby FMFdevildoc » Tue Oct 18, 2011 11:56 pm

Ever get tired of PAYING a premium for face paint, just because it's called "camo"?

OCTOBER AT WALMART = HALLOWEEN AISLE!!

For 97 cents, many walmarts carry tubes of green / black / brown facepaint. Look for the orange - boxed "endcap" displays. It looks like walmart's own "housebrand".

Decent paint, cheaper than sporting goods / military surplus - etc.
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby ChocLabLove » Thu Oct 20, 2011 11:42 am

Leave your truck keys somewhere around your truck when you leave. Wont lose em that way and it'll allow your hunt bud to get out and get help if something happens. I stick mine under the bumper or caribiner them to a brake line or something... my dad got swept down the river when i was a kid and if he had the keys in his pocket i woulda been stuck. :fingerhead: :tongue: instead, i took the truck and parralleled him down the river and he had a warm truck to get into immediately... plus he let me drive home
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby NotSoSimple » Thu Oct 20, 2011 3:17 pm

When you are plucking and you have those little fluffs of feathers that seem to take forever to get off. Spit on your thumb and rub. It will take them right off. To get feathers/down off of the legs, just milk the legs and it will come right off.
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Re: Duck Hunting Tips of the Day

Postby Barney#1 » Thu Oct 20, 2011 7:37 pm

When out hunting in the boat make shure ALL Keys have a floating key chain. :fingerhead:
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