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hey all...new to the forum and relatively new to Minnesota..

I have hunted pheasant for a few years, and now getting into duck hunting. Unfortunatly I don't know anyone in the area who goes out.

I have all the gear... just looking for someone with some knowledge and or boat..unless we want to throw on our waders.

I am in the south metro and would love to find someone that might be willing to share some wisdom and possibly a few ducks..

rkilbourn22@aol.com is my email( feel free to catch up with me there)... I think it's allowed to post emails on here... please don't spam me with crapola!

I am free Fri-Sunday if you are ( this is rare as I have a 2 1/2 year old that requires most of my time!) and no he's not quite ready to get in a blind

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Welcome to FM Minnrocks... I'll be out of town this weekend, but I'm sure some FMers will be glad to take you under their wing.

Good Luck!

Ken

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sent u and email MinnRocks

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im going with my kid fri. i have room call me 1-507-351-7323

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Juts wanted to drop a quick note thanking Bluebill!.. Spent the morning with Todd and his daughter on a duckboat, Todd will tell you he has seen many more ducks than today... but I had a wonderful time. It would be a pleasure to join Todd again...(If if din't annoy him too much with all my questions!)

Great GUY

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That is great to hear! Way to reach out and help somebody. That is what this site is all about right there ladies and gentleman.

*Tip of the cap* to bluebill, for taking out someone new to the sport AND kids.

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we had fun next time more ducks less wind and rain my daughter says it will rain ducks we found a flooded cornfield this afternoon did very well

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