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icefishing21

2008 Waterfowl Photos!

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dan z

nice redhead, I love shootin divers!

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Cody Lubeley

nice looking red head

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Gordie

my first spoonbill got it today this is the second one that we have gotten this year.

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SledNeck

Are they any good eating?

I think spoony is better than teal. Pintail is the best tasting duck IMO.

here is an old photo I scanned....spoonies are pretty dumb also, like comparing a pitbull to a golden retreiver.

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BigSwen

Lots of great photos guys! This one is from our opening day in North Dakota. Our group of 6 got 29 ducks and 10 geese on the slough we have. The picture is of my son and his first Pintail. He was pretty fired up for sure! Have a great season!

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dan z

this is what I ended up with today

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fritz179

nice mixed bag dan z.

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icefishing21

great pics danz and bigswen! im with fritz, i like the different variety of birds dan z. congrats on the pintail bigswen!

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Cody Lubeley

congrats on the pinnie ive yet to shoot one myself haha

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Gordie

nice photos guys and I'm still looking for my first pinnie also. going to have alate start at work tomarrow so look out ducks I coming to the swamp.

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Fish On

Originally Posted By: Lubey
Are they any good eating?

I think spoony is better than teal. Pintail is the best tasting duck IMO.

here is an old photo I scanned....spoonies are pretty dumb also, like comparing a pitbull to a golden retreiver.

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the canvasback (to bad you can shoot them this year) followed buy the teal are hands down the best eating ducks imo and for the record book my deaf pitbull is twice as smart as any golden i have ever seen and will run circles around it as far as endurance goes

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Gordie

got these before work this morning and man were the mallards on the move nothing close enough to get a shot off but it was cool to see that many birds. I saw flocks rangeing from 4 to 50 birds and i'm guessing that I saw around 250-300 birds

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Cody Lubeley

nice birds elwood good looking woodies

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dan z

do to poor shooting I ended with these four today

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HeIsLegend

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On opener. Mix bag of four (behind my thumb but a limit of some beaut redheads!

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dan z

just another day in the boat...

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Sergeant Slabber

Love all the pictures guys! To bad I'm to stupid to figure out how to put pictures on here myself. I would love to share.

NOTE FROM ADMIN: Check this topic for Picture Posting How-To-

http://www.fishingminnesota.com/forum/ub...ere#Post1219014

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storm_rider_1

My daughter with a couple i got this morning.

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Quackaddict9

Friday morning

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Sunday Morning

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Glen S

Several Pictures from this year- early goose

Nothing beats a good dog!

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PDOGG

Awesome pic of the lab bringing that goose back! Even though mine are mostly Pheasant dogs I do agree that nothing beats a good dog!

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hanson

One for the wall already. grin

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Sergeant Slabber

Nice Buffles Hanson! They are cool looking birds.

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dan z

nice looking birds hanson I have two drakes mounted already IMO thier prolly better looking than my wood duck.

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Cody Lubeley

nice buffles thats one of the nicer ones ive seen

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icefishing21

nice pics everyone! i like the one with the lab and the goose in its mouth

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Gordie

sunday with my two boys that are addicked to waterfowling and I love it.!

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my 2 ducks for the day and it was worh every rain drop

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Cody Lubeley

nice looking widgeon

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jeepguy

Sea Duck Hunt in Maine, limit of Eiders, one hen (oops)

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North Dakota

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Minnesota

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chillincarp870

great picture jeepguy

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