Moving back to SW Ohio

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Moving back to SW Ohio

Postby dogsbestfriend2 » Fri Dec 12, 2008 2:04 am

Hey guys I am in the Navy and am moving back to southwest Ohio next year to do recruiting duty. I am a avid duckhunter and have decoys, 17ft john boat, layout blind and a great dog. I will be looking for some buddies to kill ducks with. If you are interested PM me. I also have access to a few farms for goose hunting in the fields.
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Ducks 86
Widgeon 34
Pintail 8
Gadwall 10
Mallards 13
Spoony 2
Ruddy 1
GW Teal 4
Bufflehead 9
BlueBills 4
Comon Golden Eye 3
Dogs Retrieves 120 ducks 1 goose
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Postby Ohio Wildfowler » Fri Dec 12, 2008 8:55 pm

Sounds like a good time. give me a yell when you get back and maybe we can set something up. I'm in the Dayton area and have 18' boat and lots of decoys and gear.
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Postby burgess16 » Sun Dec 21, 2008 8:25 pm

hello all. i'm john i am 28, i have never hunted any wings b4 but i am really eager to try it out. i do hunt alot of deer, yotes mostly 4 legged creatures. only 2 legged creature i have ever hunted, well like most men i ended up married. i don't have any gear and only boat i have is a 30' baja. LOL doubt that 1 will work. but i am willing to learn and buy my own gear (blind, decoys, ect...) i do have a semi auto fully camo shotgun. mostly used for turkey but i'm sure it would work for now. if anyone is interested in a good partner who is willing to learn. i also have access to a private boat ramp on the ohio river with about 500+ yards of water front propety. :help: please
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Postby Ohio Wildfowler » Sun Dec 21, 2008 9:10 pm

:welcome: Aboard burgess16


It sounds like you might have the makings for some good hunting on the Ohio River if you are in the right area, I just don't know much about the river and have never hunted or been on it.
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