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I would like to thank

Postby micneador » Mon Jan 13, 2014 8:11 pm

Headed to one of my favorite timber holes sunday morning. After paddleing only 50 yards into the travel lane, it's iced over to thick to break with the yak. I panicked a tad, didn't want to make the mile walk to a quite consistent slough. Figured I'd hit a well known, but hardly ever hunted open area.
Shot 5, but the mallards really didn't want to cooperate, had 2 drop in the whole time. Lots of big groups, several that were interested.

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But I would like to thank hevi-metal for my now probably cracked/chipped toothe.
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Postby sooner737 » Mon Jan 13, 2014 11:42 pm

Watch out beautiful wood duck. I would eat a 3.5" BB hevi shot to pop a woody
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Re: I would like to thank

Postby okbucksnducks » Tue Jan 14, 2014 7:30 am

sooner737 wrote:Watch out beautiful wood duck. I would eat a 3.5" BB hevi shot to pop a woody


Probably cheaper than the blue pill
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Re: I would like to thank

Postby LiquidA45 » Tue Jan 14, 2014 7:54 am

sooner737 wrote:Watch out beautiful wood duck. I would eat a 3.5" BB hevi shot to pop a woody



I found a spot last year that I stopped hunting because all I would see was woodies.
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Re: I would like to thank

Postby micneador » Tue Jan 14, 2014 9:18 am

LiquidA45 wrote:
sooner737 wrote:Watch out beautiful wood duck. I would eat a 3.5" BB hevi shot to pop a woody


Normally he would have got shot with Kent steel, but I got 2 boxes of 20 ga. #3 for Christmas.


I found a spot last year that I stopped hunting because all I would see was woodies.


That's what it's like in the early season, except for some GWT for bonus.
I grew up shootin woodies on the Little Deep Fork, so they tend to be a nuisance to me. It's fun to sit and watch em land in the dekes, swim around, then give their high pitch squeal.
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Postby okduckdude » Tue Jan 14, 2014 11:13 am

Guys..... Stop talking about your woodies...
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Re: I would like to thank

Postby Nerdwick » Sat Jan 18, 2014 5:52 pm

What part of the state are are you in?

Been looking for somebody to kayak/layout hunt with....
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Re: I would like to thank

Postby sooner737 » Sat Jan 18, 2014 8:19 pm

micneador wrote:
LiquidA45 wrote:
sooner737 wrote:Watch out beautiful wood duck. I would eat a 3.5" BB hevi shot to pop a woody


Normally he would have got shot with Kent steel, but I got 2 boxes of 20 ga. #3 for Christmas.


I found a spot last year that I stopped hunting because all I would see was woodies.


That's what it's like in the early season, except for some GWT for bonus.
I grew up shootin woodies on the Little Deep Fork, so they tend to be a nuisance to me. It's fun to sit and watch em land in the dekes, swim around, then give their high pitch squeal.

I (like duck Whisperer) prefer to be surrounded by red heads squealing in high pitched cadences than woodies
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Re: I would like to thank

Postby micneador » Sat Jan 18, 2014 9:15 pm

I've never seen one in the wild, much less had one in the dekes. If one of them puppiess came in, he wouldn't last a second. As long as its LST of course..

But that's the difference between Eastern and Western Oklahoma.
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Re: I would like to thank

Postby Nerdwick » Tue Jan 21, 2014 11:12 am

I shot one a few years back and had it in the freezer for mounting....


to bad the power went out :fingerhead:
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Re: I would like to thank

Postby okbucksnducks » Tue Jan 21, 2014 1:00 pm

I have mounted 2 redheads thus far. I think I'm good for now.
assateague wrote:Eff a pintail. When I kill one, I'm going to dance a jig over its carcass.
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