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Haha you better bring a big cooler and a grill. You'll be there a while waiting on teal.
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Better off setting up on the James.
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the most important difference is that there is no 'stand your ground law' here in virginia. if a duck looks at you funny, you must first ask it its name, species and origin of flight. after that its ok to blow em away. most guys though don't even wait for an answer to the second question. good luck.
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swampbilly 1980 wrote: bowhunter1212 wrote:
Marry a Jenkins or a West girl and move to Matthews county.
Marry a Jenkins or a West girl and move to Guinea
Is it that easy...I mean, are the Tangier Nikes provided or do you have to buy them yourself? They are a Guinea requirement I thought.
maybe, just maybe, if you held your mouth right and prayed a little, you might get a 1 day invite before the end of the season.
Just a possibility.
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Hello everyone. I just moved to Richmond about 7 months ago and am looking to find some hunting spots/buddies. I just go out to Accomack or down to the Smithfield area, but the drive is a little long for one day of hunting. I don't really know where to start scouting around here and I haven't met any fowlers.
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