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Iching???

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I am getting the ich to go duck hunting. I just can't wait. When I go goose hunting and see ducks flying all over I just can't wait intill 9:00am on that saturday morning to blast ducks. Who eles is getting the ich? grin.gif

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I have it anytime I am not out there!! Looks like it should be a good year, ducks everywhere!

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Did I see in the regs that you can't shoot until 09:00 into early Oct.? I know that the first day you can't hunt until 09:00 but it looks like it says through Oct 2nd ???

Any clarification would be helpful.

Mike

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OH I am feelin it man...I must have cleaned my goldhunter at least 5 times in the past week!!! You been seein alot of ducks in the air? Drove up to rice lake refuge last weekend...rice is thick...and the ducks are in...I bet you I seen 3000 ducks come in and off that lake...the guys that hunt that on the 30th are gonna have some fun!!! Good luck!

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Did I see in the regs that you can't shoot until 09:00 into early Oct.? I know that the first day you can't hunt until 09:00 but it looks like it says through Oct 2nd ???

Any clarification would be helpful.

Mike


Its only Sept. 30th with a 9:00am opening time, all other days it is 1/2 hour before sunrise. You can shoot until 4:00pm thru October 6th and until sunset from the 7th until the end of the season.

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Decoys are ready calls are cleaned and my my desire is at it's peak!! smile.gifsmile.gif Seriously I have the itch all season can't wait for the opener and some red legs!!

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Theres no cream for this crazy itch! Just walking outside and breathing in that cold morning air, drives me nuts! Everything is ready, just need some new wadders. I'll be in Mississippi pool 4 area bright and early! Good Luck All!

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Thanks JBell.

Mike

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Wasn't real excited until we went out for that first early goose hunt. We saw a ton of birds. Now I find myself thinking about opener at work (no big surprise there!) and whenever I have a free minute. Will be going out around Brainerd. Hope you guys have a safe and successful day.

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