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Anyone else lose sleep over stupid stuff?

Finding birds, getting permission, and shooting birds is the easy part. It's the potential problems that may occur the morning of that stresses me out.

From the time I get permission to first light the next morning is stressful. I lay in bed and think what if...

What if some jerk blasts them off the water?

What if someone else has permission (or thinks they do)?

What if the birds switch fields?

Blah blah blah..

I should just set up and sleep in my blind tonight..

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I know exactly how you feel, but how often does that really happen, less times than things go ok, at least by us. But the difference is that i love it when people come out to where we hunt telling us we they have permission and we have to leave. I made an (Contact Us Please) of a person that did that to me last year. Oh every moring when a vehical comes by i hope they come out there and tell me that.

You cant let these birds get to you bc there are a lot of them and we have a long season to kill some birds. Good luch this weekend.

A. Shae

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