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Just a reminder to anyone I may have talked to in the past about these duck clubs. I have not had the internet for about a month and will be getting it again this month (moved into a new apartment).

In any case, if you are interested in a blind, or a seat, for rice field hunting near sutter's refuge email me, post here and/or PM me.

Also, my father is a member of a club down south where he hunts flooded timber in Corona if you are from that area and interested.

Jeff Given
 

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Tstrong,
I just ended up shooting a 20 gauge 3" over under. 2 shells really sucks, but since I am now a leftie, I had to do what I had to do. For ducks, that is all you really need--depending on whether you let the birds work or not. The only reason I was looking for the auto 3.5" was for goose hunting up here.

I did go goose hunting last weekend and shot a mossberg pump 3.5" right handed gun (shot it left handed) and it was okay...but far from good. On Saturday's hunt me and my buddy shot 12 ducks and 4 specks--the specks I shot with the 12 gauge 3.5, the ducks with a 3" 20.

This summer I will be accumulating hundreds of rags for snows and decoys up here, so I am not sure if I will have the funds on a student budget to afford a shot gun or not.

Anyhoo, thanks for remembering me ;) I have not had the internet for a while since I moved apartments (getting it this week...maybe tomorrow) so I will be around once again =)

Jeff Given
 
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