PrairieBelle wrote:Hi folks -- I posted an intro over in the women's forum before I saw this thread sooo I've copied it over here. Hope everyone is having a great season so far -- ours has been pretty interesting to say the least but it has still been a lot of fun. Due to the drought we only have water on the big lakes, rivers and marshes... which forced me to try some new things... it turns out I LOVE hunting the big river. Today it was 70 degrees and we only have about 2 weeks left of our duck season -- talk about rough! I'd give just about anything for a cold snap!
Anyway -- here's the intro!
Hello! I'm new to the site so I thought I'd introduce myself - I'm from Iowa, started hunting upland birds about 6 years ago and picked up the waterfowl obsession about three years ago. I didn't grow up in the waterfowl world - In fact I didn't even pick up a gun until I was 20 or so... but it didn't take long before I was hooked. I was lucky that many of my coworkers hunt and after a certain amount of pestering, they gave me some pointers. Our local duck forum has been a blessing as I'm pretty much self taught. It took a while, but I'm starting to figure things out! I don't know very many waterfowlers, and I certainly don't know any women who hunt around here so introduce yourselves if you're in the area! Thanks - looking forward to chatting with you folks.
MallardMagic2314 wrote:My name is Clint, I live in Northeast Arkansas. Been hunting ducks for a solid 8 years now since I was 12. Shoot a Benelli SBE2, Kicks Highflyer chokes. Have the most luck out of Federal Black Cloud ammo even though there filthy(gotta have something to after the hunt). Mainly hunt ricefields but I'll hunt wherever there are ducks. Good Luck to everyone this year!
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