I am in awe of the job Pat Pitt did for me. It turned out awesome! Backstory: I've been hunting Arkansas timber for 30+ years. I personally have never killed a pintail in the timber, only in fields. This past duck season, everything was pretty locked up but we had a small bit of open water in our hole. 7 of us hunting. Several groups of mallards working us and 7 pintail come flying over. As they come over the hole, with the hen in the lead, she turns on a dime and the rest follow and fall straight from the sky. We shot all 7 at about 10 feet off the water. We were all in shock. So, that's the reason for all 7 mounted together, all the drakes surrounding the hen and coming through the trees.