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King Eider Color Change?

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  1. 20gabismuth

    20gabismuth Elite Refuge Member

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    Geez.........I'm telling you I could sit and look at these birds all dang day every day!!!!! :clap
     
  2. seaduckhunt

    seaduckhunt Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    Funny stuff squatty and flyline :l:l

    OK, guys go ahead and pick out the boralis, the V Negs.... :yes;)


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  3. flyline

    flyline Elite Refuge Member

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    WOW! Tease
     
  4. flyline

    flyline Elite Refuge Member

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    I know its addicting. I want to perfect that joint on the back of the neck body transition. NONE, NOT ONE, NIL, NADA, ZERO, ZILCH, of my decoys has a transition/joint that looks natural. Good thing by the time the birds notice I have already emptied my gun into thin air and they can fly away educated.:tu
     
  5. flyline

    flyline Elite Refuge Member

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    Ole Rube! :dv
     
  6. Dep666

    Dep666 Senior Refuge Member

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    Simply awesome......Mike, I couldn't agree more.....just can't stop looking at those birds
     
  7. dragon1681

    dragon1681 Elite Refuge Member

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    MAtt and Mike I agree, it was actually very nice seeing them last yr. Had to look at pictures to see what they looked like after my first trip. Mother nature was very nasty that yr. Last season my jaw dropped after seeing groups of them everytime I went out.
     

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