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Ducky Christmas???

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So, did your significant others think duck and goose hunting when buying your Christmas gifts? I was lucky to get a new square bottom decoy bag, Redwing boots, and a $40 gift certificate to Scheel's. What did the rest of you get???

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I was fortunate also.. $220 in Scheels Gift Certificates and rumor has it that I have $50 more comin next weekend.

Hmm...what to spend it on??

Want-

New waiters

more Outlaw decoys

New bibs and boots

Super Lucky Duck

More goose decoys

Avery coffin

And the list goes on and on....

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my brother so graciously replaced my old primos wench (that he "accidently" lost in the cattails a day after i limited out on greenys and he missed every shot he took) and i also got one of those puck shaped deals that vibrates and adds wave motion to decoys. do those really make a difference? well i guess ive got nine or so months to ponder!

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I got one of those goose decoy chairs for field hunting. I also got a couple more floating goose decoys.

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hmmmm, A new camo face mask, that will never see the field. It's kinda cheesy.

A floating gun case

New lightweight parka

And a Mr Heater that is green and black. Not the typical red/black one.

Then I just picked up a bunch of hard water gear. Gettin the itch to fish.

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I recieved a new drake moc turtle neck, a new Foiles meatgrinder goose call, a spring loaded trap thrower, and a shell holster.

Made out pretty good this year. Can anyone recommend a good goose calling CD for beginners?

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Shawn Stahls Honker Talk or Zinks Video is good too.

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