A sad thought

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A sad thought

Postby mallardman77 » Sat Nov 05, 2005 9:11 pm

When me and my partner got back to the duck camp after our morning hunt today we were chatting to a few of the guys from the area and we started talking about deer hunting. Our rifle season opens on the 14th, next monday. I got a little blue because that means next weekend will be the last weekend that most of the guys will be up there for duck hunting. It made me realize that the season is almost over. I guess it doesn't seem like it's this late in the season cause of the weather we've been having this year. By this time, it should be downright nasty out there on the lakes and it's not, so it can't almost be over...can it? :help:


25 days till the season ends
26 days till I catch "the fever" again



:salude:
Is it september the 8th yet???

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