possumfoot wrote:i cant remember who said it, but they said it best.. to a grown man, watching child birth is like a 9yo watching disney land burn to the ground..
Locked&Loaded wrote:Indaswamp wrote:...metrosexual....
frydaddy wrote:while ringnecks and shovelers are not supposed to be good to eat I find that wrapped in a good maple bacon and a hot jalepeno I cant really tell the difference. mostly they beat not shooting anything. I did notice from your pictures I think the problem might be your dogs are all the wrong color!!! try a BLACK lab.
frydaddy wrote:while ringnecks and shovelers are not supposed to be good to eat I find that wrapped in a good maple bacon and a hot jalepeno I cant really tell the difference. mostly they beat not shooting anything. I did notice from your pictures I think the problem might be your dogs are all the wrong color!!! try a yellow lab.
whistlin_wings wrote:Have you thought about not hunting from the blind and moving? One of the ponds on my lease has one very ugly massive blind that is 20 ft from the water and then some makeshift blind with a park bench. Realized real quick that the birds didn't want to be in those spots and hunt on the direct opposite side from a layout blind.
:-) wrote:When you get in a lease with 400 other hunters you can't expect much. They get blind shy after a few days, and will drive you crazy. What really gets me is how they know when it's 12:00...to have such small brains they are smart.
Also, a good outfitter should make sure that 1 in 3 hunts are worth while...if they tend to be catering more to the guides you should change outfitters.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not blaming the outfitter by any means. Just saying I'm questioning why I drive all that way when we're killing good numbers of ducks less than 30 minutes from home. The reason I did it this year is I could hunt down there from early teal season on. Up here I don't get to hunt until after the landowners get done killing their deer for the year...
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frydaddy wrote:just playing around about your dog!! my son has a chocalate we hunted our dogs together once and had a few pintail come over. we both dropped one each. my dog came back with a pintail drake and his came back with a drake shovelet!!! so needless to say i love to tease him about his dog not knowing what he is doing. LOL
and yes i give my son crap about picking out the lone shoveler> but just wouldnt be hunting if i couldnt poke a little fun at him
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