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I built my redneck boat blind on my 1648 War Eagle on Sunday, finished it and thought I would drive by the lake; It was covered with geese, coots, mallards you name it. I acted like a school boy at the chucky cheeses. So tuesday morning we head to the lake to hunt; we get there and the lake is froze completely over!!! No birds to be found. You would of thought someone took my christmas away! :pissed:
Don't worry I brought extra shells!!
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shoulda broke ice them war eagles look tough,I broke ice this year at least an inch thick,no holes in the boat and we have gotten out of the boat to push it too open water.
keep yur feet dry
gilla the goose killa
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Lakes freeze over that fast? I wouldnt know, we dont exactly have that problem here. :getdown:
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I went hunting last yesterday no ice on the lake. Went out this morning had an inch wasn't that darn cold either. Still killed ducks tho.
Tack in NJ
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