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Here's what I have waiting for me on Saturday...

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Hopefully they'll still be around. Hard to work the rest of the week.

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I don't know how much hunting you have done in your life. but after you get your limit get the hell out of there so you don't burn out the field. my friend had a field where there was about 200 geese going in there and we set up in the morning got our 4 birds and high tailed it out of there. SO the big flocks of geese didn't even know we where there.

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That's our plan but thanks for the advice. We're hoping to move to the water after that and look for some ducks.

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my mouth waters just looking at it......

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I just drooled on my leg. What part of the state is that in?

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It's around the Hutchinson area...We've been waiting patiently for the field to get picked.

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Awesome!! Hopefully they are still around..

Have fun...

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Good luck!

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shocked.gif WOW have fun with that!

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Three words.

Call in sick.

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thats like dangling a big juicy steak in front of a lion.

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Three words.

Call in sick.


Does anyone ever realy use all those sick days. I know i'm sick of looking at what I can't hunt! Good Luck! Burn em quick- 5-18 full bodies so you can pick up quick. Flag-Shoot-Hall a$$ out!

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Three words.

Call in sick.


Does anyone ever realy use all those sick days. I know i'm sick of looking at what I can't hunt! Good Luck! Burn em quick- 5-18 full bodies so you can pick up quick. Flag-Shoot-Hall a$$ out!


That makes want to go home sick from looking at that picture! That's awesome man. I'm in Dassel at work...if you need an extra shooter for an evening hunt let me know..I'll help you thin that flock out in a heartbeart! Good luck!

And yes....call in sick.

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I'd call in sick man. If you need help thinin' the flock give me a shout. laugh.gif Have a good time.

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looks like you need some help hehe

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