Best Photo(s) of the Past Season!?!

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  1. Ruff

    Ruff Elite Refuge Member

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    My Wife and a couple friends

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    Myself and some Arkansas Snows

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    And lastly my best bud!!! My Grandson filling gramps hunten boots. Behind that knook is one big grin if you can see it :D

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  2. icalldux

    icalldux Elite Refuge Member

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    Here are a few from a timber hunt and Skeet is the new addition to the family.
     
  3. DiscoDuk

    DiscoDuk Senior Refuge Member

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    Awesome pictures everyone. Another season is just around the corner!! :D :tu :yes :grvn
     
  4. Stefan Z

    Stefan Z Senior Refuge Member

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    Here's a couple of geese and a muley doe I shot with my muzzleloader.

    Stefan Z
     

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  5. Il. MudDuk

    Il. MudDuk Elite Refuge Member

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    I know this isn't from the past season but what the heck.
    Dove limit from Sept 1st. 2005
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  6. mallard14

    mallard14 Senior Refuge Member

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    Here are a couple of my favorites hunts from last year. The first ended up in a four man limit of geese on the last day of the season. You would think it was a great way to end....only left us wanting to go more. The second is a mallard...green only...hunt from a local lake. Great times and memories....can't wait until the season opens this year.
     

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  7. Lame-Duck

    Lame-Duck Elite Refuge Member

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    mallard14......Now that's what I call, "as good as it gets." :yes An all yellow beak shoot is the untimate waterfowl hunt, as far as I'm concerned. Way to go. :tu
     
  8. mallard14

    mallard14 Senior Refuge Member

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    We usually only shoot greenheads...especially at that spot. It makes for much more colorful pictures, plus it adds an extra challenge to the hunt. On the opener we take more people out and usually shoot 50+ greeners. Thanks!
     

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