goosebuster11 wrote:Great looking birds!! Nice Work!
duck envy wrote:I always enjoy seeing mature drake eiders... pretty birds. Surf scoter heads/bills always amaze me too. But drake old squaws are my favorite. Didn't see any old squaw yesterday though (first sea duck trip this year).
We saw quite a few eider drakes out there yesterday... but they were awful smart about circling our setup! The hen eiders and scoters weren't so smart.
The worst part about sea ducking is it takes far longer to get set up properly than it does to fill a limit!
JustinNH wrote:Eat them? No way. They go right in the trash or I just leave them at the ramp for the sea gulls.
Those two are in the freezer to mount...or at least try to mount. We gave a bunch of meat away to friends and family to try too. Others are in freezer bags to go down a list of ways to cook/marinades to use. So far any marinade that makes your eyes water when smelling it in the bottle seems to work well.
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