tufted duck in Denmark

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tufted duck in Denmark

Postby thor » Fri Oct 08, 2010 4:44 am

Hi, went out this morning, and set up mine dekes, and the ducks just keep on coming, after 3 hours i had bagged 13 tufted ducks and 5 Common Pochard, i have never tried anything like this before, and my shooting was great 1,3 shot per bird.

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Re: tufted duck in Denmark

Postby AAR » Sat Oct 09, 2010 6:29 pm

Congrats on the hunt Thor :beer: That is a great bag of divers you got!

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Re: tufted duck in Denmark

Postby Paddydog1 » Sat Jan 22, 2011 5:49 pm

hey that is cool! what part of Denmark you hunting? My wife is from Nykobing Falster - been there a few times and got married there.

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Re: tufted duck in Denmark

Postby thor » Tue Jan 25, 2011 1:16 am

Hi Paddydog1
I hunt mostly in the northen jutland, and yes i had a good day and so had my dog, the picture are from the morning, i went out the evening also and i got 2 mallards and 1 greyleg goose.
Where are you from, the name sounds like Ireland.

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21-mallards
1- Gadwall
2- Woodpigeon
1- crow
1- magpie
1- rook
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Re: tufted duck in Denmark

Postby Paddydog1 » Thu Jan 27, 2011 10:20 am

Hey Thor I am in New Mexico - northern part of the state. The Irish thing is part of a long dead dog I had. My wife said I would like Northern Jutland - I've only spent my time in Nykobing, copenhagen and Aarhus. My season just ended had a good last couple of days.

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Re: tufted duck in Denmark

Postby thor » Fri Jan 28, 2011 3:03 am

Hi Paddydog1

I was born in Aarhus, and moved to the amaizing north in 1997.
Our season is also closing, but we got a month back with the fox, and the crows 2 1/2 month, i've got 2 fox in the weekend-
Yes, im sure your would like the northen Jutland, there are lots of great natur, and lots of duck and geese.
But you got some interesting ducks over in the states too like: cinnamon teal, bluewing teal, American widegon.

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21-mallards
1- Gadwall
2- Woodpigeon
1- crow
1- magpie
1- rook
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Re: tufted duck in Denmark

Postby Bill Herian » Tue Feb 01, 2011 8:22 pm

Those Tufted ducks and Pochards look a lot like what we in north america would call Ringnecks and Canvasbacks, hard to tell by the picture though.

Nice shoot! :thumbsup:
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Re: tufted duck in Denmark

Postby thor » Wed Feb 02, 2011 4:49 am

Hi Bill Herian
Pochards are superficially similar to the closely related North American Redhead and Canvasback.

The only duck which is at all similar is the drake North American Ring-necked Duck, which however has a different head shape, no tuft and greyish flanks.

This is taken from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia so they are close to those you talking about.

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1- Gadwall
2- Woodpigeon
1- crow
1- magpie
1- rook
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Hey Thor Happy st Paddy's Day!!

Postby Paddydog1 » Wed Mar 23, 2011 8:15 pm

Edit postDelete postReport this postReply with quote late bloomer..
by Paddydog1 ยป Wed Mar 23, 2011 7:07 pm

late bloomer..

Ya so you average joes out therer. ..

yes I am one too..

DON't give up. and stick with a program and listeenn to your instinct ( if you git any) LOL ya I got into the Bushmills tonight but only fr a good reason....

Ya the pup is showing some PROGRE$SS


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