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Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by The Old Taz, Mar 8, 2018.
...one, two, three, shoot
one, two, shoot (on three)?
Crawfish and shoot on one.
...one, two, three, shoot.
If the object is to have shots go off as close to simultaneously as possible it will work better than the "shoot on three" method.
This is how I do it.
Shoot and then yell take em.
I’ve really never done that. But the old group of guys I hunt with has one. He’s quick shot on several occasions. Once when two toms were coming in, and he was supposed to wait until the other guy was clear to shoot. They were blocked by a rock, hunting a mountainside. He shot as the first one got clear to him. Other guy never got to see them clear the rock. That guy won’t hunt with him anymore for some reason.
My son is Bang Duck. Group I normally hunt with is pretty small, the call is made right before they center up or if not playing nice, will call for whoever has the shot but usually little communication that going to take shot if it presents itself so everyone is ready. 1,2, 3 is more when sitting on the water or in the decoys and going to either sluice or jump and shoot.
Reminds me of pheasant hunting in SoDak a few years ago; 3 of us are stomping through an area when a bird flushes in front of my buddy. He yells HEN!! and proceeds to shoot...the rooster.
Shoot first, talk later, it is my style...