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Crappie_ Kid

hunting in the after noon

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Do you guys think it would be worth my time to hunt ducks after school at 4

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Any time you can get on the water is worth your while!

My brother used to hunt a lake and he wanted to be set up and ready when the school bus came by to drop kids off, that would have been about 3:30pm and this was much later season. He had some awesome hunts once that bus went by. grin.gif

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heck yeah; especially on cloudy windy days.

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For sure, its not going to be as good as the morning but we always manage at least a few ducks...

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Never forget the famous cliché when deciding what you should do;

A bad day of fishing (or hunting) is better than a good day at work (or school).

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