Favorite food in the blind ???

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  1. take'm

    take'm Elite Refuge Member

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    Bone dry air temp pop-tarts.skoal,coffee.
     
  2. Rick Hall

    Rick Hall Elite Refuge Member

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    The marsh I hunt has a 9:30 shooting curfew, so we're not apt to starve in the blind. But the majority of our private and some public lands would afford the opportunity to hunt all day, if one were so inclined. But most doing so will find another place to eat and socialize in midday. So you're not likely to see a local bring more than an orange or bottle of water to the blind, even if he were inclined to pass on those trashy teal in favor of hoping mallards will eventually show - which precious few here would. We like our teal both as targets and table fare, so that's still about as likely to go the other way as favoring mallards among those with enough birds to be picky. (God bless the mallards for being so inclined to make it look like I know my business with a call and so easy for most of my guys to hit, but when I get to craving shooting, it's teal shooting.) And in all candor, many a duck the shooter, himself, deemed "trash" has died because a local spot's plate lunch was calling.
     
  3. PJN36

    PJN36 Senior Refuge Member

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    I'm convinced that ducks love the smell of bacon and can smell it from 5 miles away!
     
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  4. HONKEREXTREME

    HONKEREXTREME Senior Refuge Member

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    Clif bars, sardines, kippers, and unsweetened iced tea
     
  5. coachcornbread

    coachcornbread Elite Refuge Member

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    That's communist.
     
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  6. mpkowal

    mpkowal Senior Refuge Member

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    Elk salami,a little cheese and some good crackers.Venison and Antelope salami or jerky works to.Wash it down with some Dew and it's god.
     
  7. cast&blast

    cast&blast Senior Refuge Member

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    That's funny. I feel the same way. Couldn't even begin to count the number of ducks I've killed with thick smoke pouring out of the blind and bacon sizzling over the fire bucket.
     
  8. Il. MudDuk

    Il. MudDuk Elite Refuge Member

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    Then why didn't you make us some bacon on this day ?! :scratch:mad:
    The goose breast sausage / burger patties you fried were good, though....

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  9. WestKyHunt

    WestKyHunt Refuge Member

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    :amen
     
  10. mpkowal

    mpkowal Senior Refuge Member

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    Should say good,I don't like to use his name in vain.But he did provide it.
    After Thanksgiving turkey,stuffing and cranberry sauce on a croissant with a little mayo is pretty good to.
    We have a 7 duck,4 goose limit so we can spend all day in the blind somedays.
     

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