assateague wrote:Wives are all against super cool, awesome ideas. If Columbus had been married, we'd all still be European.
WisconsinWaterfowler wrote: You just have to use the back of your throat and hum. That's how I would describe it anyways.
troutman561 wrote:Don't take this the wrong way as I'm not saying this in anger but why do people who hunt and fish go out not knowing their target species? When I started duck hunting I read both online and paper back ID books on ducks so I knew what was what. Same with fishing when I got into it at 5 years old. Anyhow, get yourself the DU app for your smart phone and read about each duck and learn what they look like. This site also has some resources. I bought the Audubon book of North American Waterfowl on Amazon too. It has pictures and info on tons of birds you will see, their demographic info, and their normal ranges. Buy it, read it, and learn it so you don't get slapped with a Federal violation. Good luck.
h2ofowlr wrote:Hopefully the season was open for them! Saw a rookie bring in a limit of 7 pintails. To bad you can only shoot two!
skinin_bonz wrote:But it has golden yellow eyes...not red like a C back.
skinin_bonz wrote:Like I said. I thought it was a red head when I shot.but it don't seem to fit either ID. I assume ur a 30 year hunter and never missed....or was EVER unsure. If I don't have a limit and it says QUACK...ill shoot what I want. If this is the help you offer. Thanks but no thanks.
captmike69 wrote:cant shoot harliquins around here. had 3 drakes bomb into my spread yesterday. or maybe they were buffleheads? huh maybe i should have shot them first.
JuniorPre 360 wrote:captmike69 wrote:cant shoot harliquins around here. had 3 drakes bomb into my spread yesterday. or maybe they were buffleheads? huh maybe i should have shot them first.
To where someone can shoot both redheads and canvasbacks and he hadn't gotten the legal limit, I'd say he's ok. Harlis and buffies are a different story. They can be ID'd. If you can shoot only one or the other amd you cannot ID it, then it's best to pass. I don't worry about identifying ducks until I'm close or have reached the legal species limit.
Indaswamp wrote:jaysweet3 wrote:Looks a little small.
Dat's what She said....
Underradar wrote:We, the unsigned members of the HH, are not allowed to address such questions. But thank you for asking.
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