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Calling contest for the ladies???

Postby cut_un » Sat May 12, 2007 10:19 am

Our waterfowl organization, the Virginia Waterfowlers Ass. will be having our open duck/open goose calling contest again this fall. We are thinking about having a womens division this time but I wanted to ask you ladies if many/any have blown in such contest before. Wondering what your thoughts are. We pull contestants from all up and down the east coast in the mens division. Hoping to expand...... but only for you would join in the fun. we do have a few local girls that say they would blow but we want to make a contest out of it :welcome: :welcome: :welcome:
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Postby Female Goose Hunter » Sat Jul 14, 2007 12:24 am

[b][i]I was unaware of the fact that u had to be of male gender to enter these "calling" competitions, however some are good with their calls but the real challenge comes on whether u can decoy a flock of a hundred nadians or if your just making noise...As ive noticed im decent to my way of thinking but some of the noises ive heard at these competitions in no way whatsoever sound like anything ive heard come out of a duck or gooses vocal cords..


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Postby cut_un » Fri Aug 03, 2007 3:42 pm

Sorry if you took my post the wrong way. I did not mean anything by it, here in Va. we do not have many of the ladies that enter the open duck goose calling contest and we, as an organization are trying to encourage the ladies to become more involved in the outdoor sports. I agree that being a goode competition caller does not mean you will take more birds home at the end of the day, but the contest does draw folks into the sport of waterfowling, and that's a good thing :yes:
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Postby Female Goose Hunter » Sat Aug 04, 2007 2:24 am

eh no offence was taken. just was having a bad day i think its a good idea. as long as if it costs money to enter the funds go to a good cause like du or something..


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