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2007 Waterfowl Photos

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Duncan7709

[image]http:///us.f382.mail.yahoo.com/ym/ShowLetter?box=Inbox&MsgId=6442_352475_45077_1719_8424612_0_7613_10931645_518375575&bodyPart=2&tnef=&YY=42927&y5beta=yes&y5beta=yes&order=down&sort=date&pos=0&view=a&head=b&VScan=1&Idx=0[/image] This is my first try at posting pictures hoipe it works. Anyways this is a limit of geese for us two on the zumbro river outside Rochester.

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Duncan7709

How can I figure out how to post pics????? Thanks

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Duncan7709

[image]http://07-12-5025portraitcrop.jpg[/image] He is another try at posting a picutre. This picture is from Saturday Dec 15. Our limit from the Zumbro River outside of Rochester.

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Fish'n guy

sweet pic!! There is nothing quite like that in your face honker blasting on the river!!

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commander019

Mabey, just mabey my last shoot of the season. Awesome hunt and if so, a great way to end the season, for now anyways.

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Fish'n guy

You A--hole! LOL!! Poor thing was just sayin high to ya!!! Nice pics!

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sdstate

Just like FishnGuy did I also waited until the end of the season to put the pics up.... All pics were from SD and mostly SE SD with some from the Webster area... Enjoy!!!

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sdstate

Woops... heres the rest

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Scott M

Man, you guys aren't messing around. Lots of greenheads, Geese, and Buffles! Guess I should have gone to school in Brookings!

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Dean Schellinger

Definitely some nice Buffies! Looks like a good season.

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LovenLifeGuy

I was thinking the same thing! If I go back to school, its to the dakotas!

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tealitup

Please tell me you eat all of them \:\) Or give them away

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Born2Fish

I have a few pictures of my hunting out here in Nevada. Sounds like a unlikely spot for good duck hunting...But I think thats why its so good out here(No one knows about it!!). I'll post soon with a few of our trips out to the marshes.

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Dean Schellinger

I wouldn't doubt it, find water, find ducks.

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Gordie

this is my new hunting partner

her name is BB after bluebill

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smg04

nice looking pup!

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redhooks

Everybody has some great pics. I'm already looking forward to next fall already. Here's some pics from last fall. Lola brought back her first duck ,a drake mallard, about 10 min after shooting time and a nice drake woody for her second retrieve

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Sartell Angler

nice! lots of memories to be made with that little one

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SSSTaxidermy

Here is a pic that I get a chuckle every time I view it...My first year lab, was feverishly swimming across this little pond to run down a wounded mallard that swam to the swamp edge and tucked into the weeds....When I seen her moving off line of the retrieve, I was thinking...What the? But she made a slight detour before heading into the weeds to grab the duck. I guess when you have to go you have to go. Not your typical retrieving picture. I just shook my head in laughter when watching it first hand! My battery died immediately after this pic so I didn't get a before and after pic.

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icefishing21

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2 goose limit during early goose season last fall.

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IceHawk

Nice birds!

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Cody Lubeley

Nice geese icefishin21

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Born2Fish

Here are a few from Nevada:

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Central Bassman

When is the season in Nevada??

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dan z

i got to say like the pic and hopefully you have the same luck this season i wish we had some pic to show we had great season last year we shot 51 geese in three day

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