Looking for a GHG cinnamon teal decoy

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  1. Calikev

    Calikev Elite Refuge Member

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    Personally I like them. Unless I'm sitting waiting for mallards/pins, they usually are on the list (the drakes) to make a stab at getting another Trifecta.

    The sewer ponds by LB have many of the prized birds sitting on them too. Cin Teal cook up ok if you know what you are doing.

    Kevin
     
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  2. Winchester 1897

    Winchester 1897 Elite Refuge Member

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    Personally I can't tell the difference. They taste like teal.
     
  3. liv2hnt

    liv2hnt New Member

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    I will definitely do so as we get closer. I really appreciate how helpful everybody on here has been. I had pretty much written this dream off, but now I'm reinvigorated. Thank you all.
     
  4. mark seaters

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    :l:l:l:no:no:no.. you can't use sewer ponds and cook up good at the same time...:doh:nutz
     
  5. Big Daddy Gaddy

    Big Daddy Gaddy Elite Refuge Member

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    So do spoons. Same bird. Same diet. Same orange fat. It’s funny that the same guys who rail on shovelers revere cinnaspoons.

    I shoot both.
     
  6. Calikev

    Calikev Elite Refuge Member

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    Pretty amazing how all the ducks take a dip in that pool Mark. Your club isn't too far by the way the crow flies. Lots of green wings hanging out there too.

    Can you say nitrates? Pepper sticks........
     
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  7. Calikev

    Calikev Elite Refuge Member

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    Yeah the imaginary lines sometimes don't make sense. The Ringneck is one of the finest table birds I've ever cooked up yet many guys avoid shooting them. Primary reason we don't like them is because the skin is so hard to peel off. We are generally lazy............

    Good eating duck though.
     
  8. Winchester 1897

    Winchester 1897 Elite Refuge Member

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    Amen
     
  9. liv2hnt

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    I'm mostly just looking forward to hunting some of these places I have heard about since I was a child. Again, thank you everybody for all the help.
     
  10. mark seaters

    mark seaters Elite Refuge Member

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    Ya your right CK... BUT the teal don't eat them floating corn kernels in those sewer ponds..:l:joker
     

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