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strait-meat

cool pics-- congrats on a good hunt

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HookEmHard84

Awesome picture of them in your dekes!

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Quackaddict9

Got out for the last day of early goose this morning and shot 10 birds in a cow pasture field, had 7 and took a pic when my buddy had to leave for a test, took his 5...should have had a limit by then but bad shooting. I stayed til 9:15 and shot 3 more for a limit.

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24-7FISHON!!

Quackaddict9 great pictures... I use to hunt up in that area when I went to college in Bemidji. Great times.

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WallyGader

Nicely done quak! nice pics. I wish I had a place to shoot some honkers in mn.

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JPowell

OH, and fellas who thinking we had 1 extra bird in posession...we ate that one on Saturday night. wink

:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D I love it...it's so funny how people have to justify the birds they shoot. Keep the pictures come Quack. I got your back along with others i am sure.

JP

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Jordyn Kaufer

Quackaddict,

im a senior in highschool and was wondering if you like Bemidji, have heard a lot of good things about it including the hunting and fishing... apparently you show the hunting is good there...

Just wondering what your opinion on Bemidji is..

thanks

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mws4dux

Went out Fri. the 17th ended up with 10 for 3 guysDSCF2067.jpg

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Quackaddict9

:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D I love it...it's so funny how people have to justify the birds they shoot. Keep the pictures come Quack. I got your back along with others i am sure.

JP

them goose alfredo pasta is so darn good!

Jordyn- Bemidji State University is a great school with excellent majors and courses to choose from and with the new addition of the hockey rink is a great asset to the BSU. The hunting can be pretty good if you find the birds, I do not do any hunting within the Bemidji area though. The nature up here is second to none with all the fishing you can do on different lakes, if you come up you will definitley enjoy it up here. I have not heard many bad things about former BSU students attending, even the guys and gals on this forum miss it up there and enjoyed their 4+ years of school.

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Jordyn Kaufer

Alright quack. Thanks for the opinion!

Do you hunt near Bemidji at all though for fowl???

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Quackaddict9

I would have left my email for you to contact me to talk a little bit more but we are not supposed to on this forum....Anyways I have hunted very little for waterfowl around Bemidji but head a little more west and you should be set. You will see more hay fields, pasture fields more than wheat, soybeans, and corn. So chances are better West of Bemidji but pressure can be high. Good Luck, post in the Bemidji section for advice and so on if you make the decision attending BSU next fall.

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dudewheresmyboat

Was given a chance at field hunting, it was a blast!!

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Lipriper84

Bemidji State was the best 5 years of my life. Could have done it in 4 but whats the hurry. I didn't personaly do much duck hunting around Bemidji but had lots of friends that did. There are a lot of lakes close by with rice in them. Most of the people up there are Hunters and Fishermen so you can get lots of hook ups on by networking. Loved it up there.

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mws4dux

Had a couple days of good huntin.Sunday ended with a 4 man limit of honks and 17 ducks 13 mallards and 4 woodducks. Monday ended up with 9 honks,15 mallards and 1 woodduck. Here's sundays DSCF2079.jpg

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mws4dux

Here's mondays.DSCF2084.jpg

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Jordyn Kaufer

Finally a decent MN hunt for me!

3 honkers, 2 redheads, and a mallard...

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This was his first goose ever shot as well as first time out duckin!

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My buddies first birds with his Super Black Eagle II

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Me with a nice redhead and honker!

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brassman

I shot a few ducks this weekend, 4 different species including Spoonbills, Greenwing Teal, Mallard (my first greenhead)and a Gadwall. Sorry I don't have many pics but I was too busy chasing ducks. Spoonbills and Teal ruled the weekends hunt making up 80% of the bag. My first greenhead didn't come without a fight, we had jumped a pond and about 75 ducks got up and they flew to my buddies posting on the other side and after they had shot, the ducks flew right over me and I touched off 2 shots at the drake only to watch him smack the water with such force that it shot water up 3'. I looked for half an hour and no dice, so we went back to the house and got the dogs only to have Lucy find it in less than 2 minutes. Dogs are an invaluable tool to the duck and pheasant hunter.

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unfortunately Lucy got a thorn in her paw and caused an abscess so now her paw is twice as big as the other one. On heavy antibiotics so she should be ready to go in 2 weeks for pheasant opener. A learning opportunity to check their pads every night so stuff like this doesn't happen.

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nik

Here are some giants we bagged opening day in southeast ND. Not too many ducks, but lots of geese!

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Farley

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Muthagoose

Big bird just under 13.. For a dogs first goose Bitsy did fine,she hits em in the field like a rocket....

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Slammed 6 greaters on Sunday with Slim......

Cant wait for roosters....

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RumRiverRat

Tuesday Morning Hunting Flooded Corn Field.

5 man limit of Mallards and GWT with a Woodie, Widgeon and Pintail.

Saw 1000 plus ducks.

At one point we had 300 to 400 ducks within a 100 yard circle around us.

Is it a bad thing that you cannot shoot because there are too many ducks in the air and you do not want to educate a large number of local birds all at once........cool

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Quackaddict9

This morning 3 man goose limit in pasture field

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mid morning loaf hunt

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Joe15

I'm thinkin about goin there to...looks like a nice school...heard lots of good things about it

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suxatcatchineyes

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Gordie

Great pics guys keep um coming

Quack your gonna have to change your name to limitagain laugh

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RumRiverRat

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mws4dux

Had a fun hunt in a flooded bean field. Was finally able to get my 6 yr old son out for the first time this season. Brother and I ended with 8 mallards. 1 woodduck and 1 gooseDSCF2087.jpg

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RumRiverRat

Nice Green Heads!

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bigg edd

Double banded Ring Neck. The green band is a $100 reward band.

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