When i was hunting up north with my uncle and two other cousins we were hunting a beaver timber swamp.... we set up a robo and a few deeks and in come all thses woodies everyone in the group shoots and gets atleast one each and were in almost a u shape with me being in the very bottom. Needless to say all those woodies cam splashing down a few feet away from me, the dog didnt kno what to 2 lol. It was such a fun hunt....although i got a little wet
that sounds like fun!
a group of us, about 5 or 6 were diver hunting on Siltcoos Lake at the coast here in oregon. some guys left to go get their lunch out of the boat and to take a pee. i was the only one left when i big group of buffle heads and bluebills came in. i turned and saw them just above the decoys, so i swung, shot and dropped two NICE bufflehead drakes and on my second shot i got a bluebill drake. probably the best shooting i have ever done right there.
i was hopping a pond in clay county nebraska
and it was early teal season
the pond was full of teal
i scared em up and shot three rounds off
and dropped three ducks
then a small group flew overhead
i started calling em in
i fired two times
one fell and then two did
My first duck season out with my brothers friends. I was 12 and right at shootin time a mallard drake came in and flarred off somethin. Well I pulled up and dropped him at about 65 yards. That or my 2 in 1 shot on a flock of bluebills.
I know this isnt ethical but i wasnt killin anything while i was huntin coyote when i saw a ducks swimming around about 300 yds away. I took the shot and all i see is a duck fly five feet in the air and and drop on the shore. I then went a got him and cooked him up
A few years ago a gadwall was passing left to right at about 30 yards. I missed on the first 2, and as I was swinging through a 12 foot tall tree was in the way. I shot through the tree anyway and it happened to be stone dead. I didn't even believe I shot it myself until about 10 minutes later.
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I shot my share of two for ones and doubles but my most amazing shot was last season a drake ringneck came hauling down the river I mean screaming I pull up on him and hes about 30 yards up and I miss I then lean back in my chair and shoot again crumpling him he flew stone dead with just momintum for another 45 yards I couldnt believe I had got it.