NativeGaelGunna wrote:Swamp, I need your help.
Hypothetically speaking of course.
If I took my buddy teal hunting who had taken me fly fishing a bunch who had never been duck hunting before and he shot a Hen Pintail what would you automatically think? If the GW had been waiting for us would he let us explain, point a gun at us and arrest us, or tackle one of us? How does one interpret wanton waste in a situation like this?
Strictly hypothetical, we went over this scenario with my Dad. Dad, "We were spread out standing in the marsh. All of a sudden a flock of 6 or 7 Blue Wings come swooping in low fast and silent from my side headed straight for the mojo in front, perfect shot for everyone else to my left. I dont even have time to get my gun up but I YELL take 'em cuz its the first flock/ volley of the season we cant shoot the darn woodies theres no wind no ripples low tide and I knew we had to be aggressive. They shoot and knock down 2 birds. Everyone saw and said wooohooo blue wings Mr! We go to get the birds with the kayak. 1 is a big fat necked blue wing about 1.5 times the size of a GW, the other is the same size..... but its a small first year Hen Pintail.
lbhansford wrote:a teal is pretty darn distiguishable in comparision to all other waterfowl. Tedn to buzz the surface more often than other puddlers and the wing beats are a dead give away. Ever seen a teal mixed in a flock with anything else. Dead give
lbhansford wrote:NSA Can lick one... they will be going in circle like a dog on its tail until they give up. nice to be sitting behind a Bank firewall that broadcasts false IPs as intrusion prevention.
A5Gunner wrote:Other than acorns, I haven't figured out yet what makes a woodie come into the spread or not.
mdupont wrote:A5Gunner wrote:Other than acorns, I haven't figured out yet what makes a woodie come into the spread or not.
Acorns, thats what they are calling the little blue pill these days?
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