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Duck Photos....

Postby CP » Sun Nov 27, 2011 7:35 am

Back from MO... and I got a few so far this season. :thumbsup:

Woodie Drake

First snow goose... who was flying too low in the fog

First drake pintail

Diver ducks from the Reelfoot Lake early season

MO Middle region limit

Mo Southern region


Green Wing Teal in MO early season

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Re: Duck Photos....

Postby CP » Sun Nov 27, 2011 7:40 am

Make that last one a BWT. :tongue:
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Re: Duck Photos....

Postby Tennesseehick » Mon Nov 28, 2011 12:55 pm

nice job. keep it up, and keep sharing the pictures.
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Re: Duck Photos....

Postby xaos109 » Wed Nov 30, 2011 12:46 pm

Looks good. I have been following your posts and I hope you are getting settled into TN. I just moved here several years ago myself and just getting into the sport. I thought fishermen were bad about not helping people that were just learning to fish, but duck hunters have them beat 1000 times over. If your ever in West Tennessee get in touch with me. I live in the Hatchie River area and sometimes there are quite a few ducks.
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Re: Duck Photos....

Postby CP » Thu Dec 01, 2011 12:15 pm

XAOS - I am in the Hatchie about every other week hunting coyottes. Let's hook up and shoot ducks some time. I have a boat for the job.

Thanks!

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Re: Duck Photos....

Postby slothman » Mon Dec 12, 2011 5:34 pm

xaos109 wrote:Looks good. I have been following your posts and I hope you are getting settled into TN. I just moved here several years ago myself and just getting into the sport. I thought fishermen were bad about not helping people that were just learning to fish, but duck hunters have them beat 1000 times over. If your ever in West Tennessee get in touch with me. I live in the Hatchie River area and sometimes there are quite a few ducks.


Hatchie River Area? I grew up in Covington.
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Re: Duck Photos....

Postby Fowlobsession » Fri Jun 22, 2012 1:43 pm

I'm in that area also
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