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European duckhunt?

Postby Dutch Duck Hunter » Sun Mar 21, 2010 12:44 am

Hi,
My name is Martijn and I live in the Netherlands. I had a blast twice in Florida going out duckhunting and now I m looking for a new adventure.
What can I offer you? We have tons of ducks over here, mostly greenheads and teal and later in the season many geese. We can also hunt in Belgium and Germany for european roedeer and hogs. If you are interested I can take you out for some sightseeing, seafishing and shooting clays. There are many places left with the marks of WWII and a lot of museums.
This trip is non commercial just to make new friends!

Tell me what you have and we may work something out? If you have any questions just sent me a pm or mail to
dutch_aint@yahoo.com For anyone who wants to know the Dutch translation for duck, just say aint with a verry southern accent and you are there :beer: .
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Re: European duckhunt?

Postby AAR » Sun Mar 21, 2010 4:10 pm

Welcome to the forum :thumbsup: Would love to see some hunt pics for those cool species you have over there!

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Re: European duckhunt?

Postby Dutch Duck Hunter » Mon Mar 22, 2010 1:20 pm

Eric,

We dont have that many species, we just have a whole lot of ducks....
Mostly the greenheads and some teal.

Thanks for your reply,

Martijn
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Re: European duckhunt?

Postby Dutch Duck Hunter » Mon Nov 01, 2010 2:38 pm

He guys Holland isn t that far.....
I ve hunted in Florida twice and it s only an 8hrs flight.
Still open for a good trade so contact me for a great adventure!

My @ is dutch_aint@yahoo.com

The Dutch word for duck is aint with a verry southern slang :hammer: , jut to let you know :lol3:Image

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Re: European duckhunt?

Postby Skilletshootin » Sun Dec 12, 2010 11:21 pm

well if your ever in western kentucky hollar at me and we'll hook you up
We ain't in the duck huntin business
We's in the duck killin business.....
And brother business is a boomin!!!
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