gooosehunter wrote:It was a zoo at back bay this morning. I'm going to video it next weekend and send it to duck commander central and thank them for the 40plus boat launching this morning. It was a treat
The number if hunter sent a mass migration towards North Carolina today. Birds are now gone thanks Phil, Si and Willie
back before the quota system one had to throw the dice and drive to PA WMA in hopes of getting pick to hunt that day , if no pick all they would get is a long drive back home to hunt next weekend .It's not the Robertson's fault...
imaduckin up north wrote:if you think its bad now wait till deer season ends, the real duckclowns will come out of the woodwork
Willie wrote:The assclowns have been around far longer than the Robertson's have been on TV. And exactly how much actual hunting do they do on the show? Not very much. I find it real hard to believe that a simple TV show is what brings the clowns out to the marsh.
dodman wrote:Out here by VT, opening day had 7 groups on 1.1 miles of river. This is an area where there is typically 0 - 2 groups the past several years. There's absolutely no question that something is different this year, at least at the start.
This is the mountains mind you. We of course have no blind laws and this isn't a traditional duck hunting area, it's not a WMA/quotas, etc. What's driven the crowd would just be speculation, but we have two universities nearby and there were several canoe/bank hunters...i.e. "heck I have a gun and a little boat, I'm going out there"...and I can't help but think the TV show and popularity is a big contributor to what I saw. How many other things would contribute to the radical change from past years that was going on Saturday? Dunno, but it's interesting to think about.
Mallard Cutter wrote:Willie wrote:The assclowns have been around far longer than the Robertson's have been on TV. And exactly how much actual hunting do they do on the show? Not very much. I find it real hard to believe that a simple TV show is what brings the clowns out to the marsh.
This is very true, although they do have a blow torch on their 15 minutes of fame. I don't wish them any bad luck but it's getting hard to get away from them. EVERYTHING and I mean EVERYTHING has got Duck Dynasty sprawled across it.
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