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Another season sunset

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Well I was hoping to get out hunting yet this weekend but that does not look like it is going to happen. I went by the lake today and there is ice for about 40 yards out. Too thick to try to break with my Stealth 2000! I wish that I had not put the big boat away already, it would be a piece of cake for that one! I have one hunt left, I am going to Tracy next weekend to hunt pheasants with my nephew and brother in law. It was a good season, shared some great times on the water with my son and got the Drake Woodie that I am having mounted in my dad's honor. Take care and N Joy the Hunt././Jimbo

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Got a field full of geese (200-300+) west of Faribault, if you want 2 join 2moro am smirk.gif

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all I can say is don't put it away yet wink.gif

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Got a field full of geese (200-300+) west of Faribault, if you want 2 join 2moro am
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WOW, I sure enuff wish that I had seen this yesterday I would have gone with ya! Hope that you did well! I am done now, work work work. Take care and N Joy the Hunt././Jimbo

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ASK HIM HOW MANY OF THOSE GEESE HE SHOT TODAY grin.gifgrin.gif

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So how many French lake Kid.....

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We only downed 1, then they came in full force turning the sky black! It was about 10min. after legal shooting time, I was walking back 2 the road to get the vehicle. They came out of the wood works! 200-300 was way off! There was probly better than 500! shocked.gif It was unreal! Awsome way 2 end the season. For a day at least. tongue.gif

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THERS ALWAYS THE LATE SEASON HUNT!!!

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Thats why I said I "good way 2 end the season for a day at least" tongue.gif

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I SAT AND WATCHED AS THE GOLDEN EYS KEPT POURING IN ,

I WAS A LONG DAY TO BE AT WORK,

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