Those blinds are hot spots fore sure, but as you know out there the wind is a big factor I prefer layouts and my boat blind, for the mobility you know. Its what I call being in the right church wrong pew, picking up and moving 100yrds will make all the difference.
We did that yesterday, one of my hunten buddies and I set up in a bay under some red oaks for woodies, they didn’t show but the green heads piled in on the other side of the bay. So I said to him, after I saw their pattern “were out of here, gather up the decoys, I’ll get the boat”. We moved to the other side and put the smack down on them green heads, we limited out in no time. Mobility, being willing to move to save the hunt. Your one of those guys that has no problem with that I bet, doing what ever it takes to save the hunt. You sound like the kind of guy that can hunt with me anytime.
By the way the coolest thing that happened, was when my buddy crippled a mallard; he lost it under some fallen trees at the waters edge. He was mad because the dog he normally uses loses them if they get to land (bad nose) I guess. I said watch Max, he ran to the trees, laid on his side and dug under the fallen tree to get to the bird, made the retrieve and came back covered in mud “ that’s my boy” There I go again pretending I’m Dennis Miller on a rant again
Thanks for the invite, you da man
Hold on, you mean to tell me you have a two mouth old and that baby’s not hunting yet? I thought you were a duck hunter? What are you waiting on; you know you could use another gun in the blind? :toofunny: By the way my wife’s a great baby sitter if you ever want to hunt with us, later man
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