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RumRiverRat

2009 Waterfowl Photos

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Quackaddict9

Thanks guys...The field hunting has been fantastic if you are on them! I would like to shoot some geese but theyre just using different fields all the time and runnin' traffic is the best method right now but where the ducks are, they are not coming through. Early Goose makes it up anyway.

Quackaddict

Does Corey have any of those barrel decals left?

I am not sure about that, I can ask him next time I see him.

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Bigslugger

Thanks guys...The field hunting has been fantastic if you are on them! I would like to shoot some geese but theyre just using different fields all the time and runnin' traffic is the best method right now but where the ducks are, they are not coming through. Early Goose makes it up anyway.

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Quackaddict

Does Corey have any of those barrel decals left?

Alright, but Ill talk to Tim tomorrow he will probably know as well

I am not sure about that, I can ask him next time I see him.

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chub

Sitting in between the "X" and the roost, or trying to pull birds into a place different from where they want to be.

Keep the pictures coming guys.....good job!

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Muskie456

Quack,

Nice job with making drakes in that feild hunt with all the grey birds. Do you not care about making drakes with divers? Not busting your chops just wondering.

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hunt&fish89

is there anyone that would upload pics if i emailed the pics to you

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Quackaddict9

Quack,

Nice job with making drakes in that feild hunt with all the grey birds. Do you not care about making drakes with divers? Not busting your chops just wondering.

Yeah they were not hard to pick out in two fields except for one field you could tell the brown drakes with their chest being more darker brown and little green on their head...a little easier when they are cupped & committed in your face. Also forgot to mention that in the 3rd picture there are 15 drakes, 1 hen and 1 gadwall.

As on the divers, I try to shoot drakes most of the time and there are two more drakes on the far end (both ringnecks) but didn't have much color.

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broken_line

2 extremely lucky pelicans that landed in my deks

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dan z

a couple photo's of this season

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forgot to mention that there is bling on the goose on the four goose day

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Quackaddict9

nice bling on the Redhead, Dan!

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dan z

nice bling on the Redhead, Dan!

I ended up not getting the bling, the bro got it on a four man coin flip odd man out...

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RumRiverRat

Originally Posted By: Quackaddict9
nice bling on the Redhead, Dan!

I ended up not getting the bling, the bro got it on a four man coin flip odd man out...

Who actually shot the duck?

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dan z

I ended up not getting the bling, the bro got it on a four man coin flip odd man out...

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strait-meat

hey quack

nice pics---do you even work at all? wink

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kelly-p

Sorry to intrude guys. blush

Quackaddict9, I've been trying to get ahold of you. Your E-Mail doesn't seem to be working. Call or E-mail me. We've got something going on that I think you'ld like to be part of.

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jparrucci

A few woodies and a Mallard from our crew on opener, any my brittany Jack retrieving a Mallard:

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mudslinger

We had a great day hunting rice. A buddy and I limited out with Mallards, Cans, Ruddys, Teal, Ringers, and Red Heads. Best hunt of the year for me grin

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Jordyn Kaufer

Mudslinger, i like you mallard standing up on the end over there laugh hahaha my dad and i just picked one of them up and man do they work!

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walleyehunter80

kelly-p what have you got going? what if i am interested?

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ZEEK1223

Broken line, I like the look of your spreads, should I be mixing my geese in with my ducks? I always tend to seperate my geese from my duck mix.......you got me thinking!!!!!!

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surewood

Pictures I took from my phone.

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walleyehunter80

sure know the hunting is awesome when the pictures guys are posting up are of the sunrise and not dead ducks ha ha ha

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dan z

I have hunted 16 years and always wondered when are we going to get a whole flock of lessers to come down out of the sky... well low a beheold it finally happened this weekend I would guess the flock to 250-300 birds. I hope everyone that hunts gets that once in there life. here are the results one guy opted out of the picture. so there are 2 more birds than pictured ended up with our limit smile

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Tyler23

soo Dan Z.. would you like to share where you got these birds?!lol

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dan z

soo Dan Z.. would you like to share where you got these birds?!lol

ONALAKE MN

ever heard of it LOL

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TruthWalleyes

Looks like Middle or Swan.

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Gordie

Dan I called in aflock of lessers on saturday and didnt have any goose decoys out at all it was fun to watch them come in we didnt get any because shooting time had expired but it was a thrill to watch them come in.

here are some pics from NoDak from saturday mornings hunt was the best day we had. We brought a 4 man limit home of birds 48 bluebills, ringnecks ,buffies, teal ,mallards and acouple spoonies

got a couple of these for the wall sweet buffies

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Moonie

Very nice bag elwood! those buffs will look great on the wall... congrats!

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Tyler23

ONALAKE MN

ever heard of it LOL

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