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Postby wildfire5 » Sun Oct 28, 2007 10:06 am

Ok palmetto hunters lets all show some picks of what kind of rigs youll be floating in this season it might just give someone some help with ideas for their boat and give ya a chance to show yours off.
2007-08 season totals
Mallard-0
Woodies-11
Ringnecks-1
Teal-3
Bluebills-5
Canadians-17
Weigons-0
Bufflehead-2
Ruddys-3
Hairy heads-5
Bands-1
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Postby Skeetman » Sun Oct 28, 2007 11:42 am

Nothing to brag on. But did work all weekend on a blind for it. I would like to show off. And did some add-on's that i think look good. #1 was, on the nose of the boat, there was not enough room for the dog to sit so i added 8" shelf to make 2ft of sitting room. #2 was i took a gun rack that was in my old truck that would fit in the new one. And super glued them to the side to hold the guns.



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Postby wildfire5 » Sun Oct 28, 2007 1:39 pm

Nice job I see you have got you a little hunting buddy and a beautiful lab. I am thinking about useing a fold down blind next year I will have to post some pics of my boat but I think it still nees a little work.
2007-08 season totals
Mallard-0
Woodies-11
Ringnecks-1
Teal-3
Bluebills-5
Canadians-17
Weigons-0
Bufflehead-2
Ruddys-3
Hairy heads-5
Bands-1
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Postby Skeetman » Sun Oct 28, 2007 3:02 pm

Thanks, i am try to teach him right. We started Duck hunting last year and got hook. Got the lab in Feb. and started training him. His almost 9 months.
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Postby wildfire5 » Sun Oct 28, 2007 7:26 pm

looks like you are off to a good start sofar
2007-08 season totals
Mallard-0
Woodies-11
Ringnecks-1
Teal-3
Bluebills-5
Canadians-17
Weigons-0
Bufflehead-2
Ruddys-3
Hairy heads-5
Bands-1
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Postby SCoutdoorsman » Sun Oct 28, 2007 7:49 pm

Looking good, if it floats you are half way there to a good boat. :lol:
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Postby QUACKADDICT409 » Mon Oct 29, 2007 8:22 pm

nice ride, wheres your dads and your boat? Im putting the blind on mine this weekend, you ought to come over if your not working any overtime. call me when you get a chance i,ve got an add on for that blind youll like.
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Postby wildfire5 » Tue Oct 30, 2007 8:01 am

here is mine its not much to brag on but it was better than nothingImageImage[/img]
2007-08 season totals
Mallard-0
Woodies-11
Ringnecks-1
Teal-3
Bluebills-5
Canadians-17
Weigons-0
Bufflehead-2
Ruddys-3
Hairy heads-5
Bands-1
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Postby Skeetman » Tue Oct 30, 2007 8:23 pm

wildfire5 wrote:here is mine its not much to brag on but it was better than nothing


You have to start somewhere.


One other idea i am going to do, is drill holes 1-1/2 apart to make the sides adjustable.
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here's my river rig

Postby SWAMPFOX' » Fri Nov 02, 2007 11:01 am

This is a double wide jon I cut the middle bench out of and made the blind out of emt. I wanted the blind to fold so I didn't have to crawl across it. I also have a 13' gheenoe I use for the marshes. ImageIMG]http://i231.photobucket.com/albums/ee199/swampfox1975/150.jpg[/IMG]Image[/url]IMG]http://i231.photobucket.com/albums/ee199/swampfox1975/056-1.jpg[/IMG]
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Postby wildfire5 » Sat Nov 03, 2007 11:38 am

lookin good everybody
2007-08 season totals
Mallard-0
Woodies-11
Ringnecks-1
Teal-3
Bluebills-5
Canadians-17
Weigons-0
Bufflehead-2
Ruddys-3
Hairy heads-5
Bands-1
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Postby Skeetman » Sat Nov 03, 2007 3:11 pm

I wanted that kind of netting, i'll add it next year. Got enough spent this year.
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Postby wildfire5 » Sun Nov 04, 2007 8:02 pm

I know the feeling on having enough money spent in the season Im going to put the last of the reeds on my boat tommorrow, and then pattern my new gun The season will be here before we know it
2007-08 season totals
Mallard-0
Woodies-11
Ringnecks-1
Teal-3
Bluebills-5
Canadians-17
Weigons-0
Bufflehead-2
Ruddys-3
Hairy heads-5
Bands-1
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