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Lowrider06

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Quackaddict9

Yeah I think thats you guys who were on the MWF hunt on Saturday then got out the field quick to a different field and pounded em..good job on them geese!

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TDomaille

On Saturday, we were the first guys in the field. There were some more guys in the field next to us that whack them good also. I know they ran a couple different groups through also.

Sunday was even better. I am hunting tomorrow and will see what is up. Fresh snow, they should be easy!

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Quackaddict9

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Fresh snow, they should be easy!

It's never easy... It's all about hardwork in different ways!-scouting, decoy placement, blind concealment, calling, and so on cool

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TDomaille

I will let you know tomorrow. I am hunting in the morning and HOPE things go well. The field I am hunting has not been hunted in a week and there are geese everywhere around it right now.

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TDomaille

Fairly easy this morning. Shot 20! Mostly pairs and singles. A couple small groups. The major flight was just starting when we filled out.

Most of the time it is not easy or even close. Fresh snow, a field that has not been hunted in over a week and a feeding field within 1/2 mile really helps.

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Quackaddict9

so where are the pics then?

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TDomaille

I will have the pic's this weekend. I forgot the card to down load.

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TDomaille

Run-N-Gun12-6-1.jpg

Here is a picture from last Saturday.

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TDomaille

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Here is Sunday 12-7. 57 total out of this field by 12:00.

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ddp

Top Gun,

we will see you tomorrow bright and early! smile

Dustin

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TDomaille

It's Run-N-Gun NOT Top Gun.

Another 30 this morning!

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ddp

Oops, my bad smile

Good to hear the birds are around!

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