Real Duck Hunting

Discussion in 'Arizona Flyway Forum' started by Light12, Jan 3, 2006.

  1. Light12

    Light12 Senior Refuge Member

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    YDN, after seeing the pictures infront of the lemon tree my dads buddy wanted to show you what real duck hunting looks like.

    Sent me this from the last weekend in wisconsin.

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  2. 12ga

    12ga Banned

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    Yeah, he looks REAL happy.:dv
     
  3. socalducks

    socalducks Senior Refuge Member

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    call me a woos but i'll stick with the fake duck hunting. me and cold don't get along too good
     
  4. azfunn

    azfunn Senior Refuge Member

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    That doesn't look like duck hunting--more like survival. I'll take the warmer clime style. Brrrrrrrrrrrrrr. That doesn't even look like fun.
     
  5. Kurt

    Kurt Senior Refuge Member

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    Gosh, what a mess! Does he work at a styrofoam factory???
     
  6. umahunter

    umahunter Elite Refuge Member

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    whats cool is when ya shot them by a lemon grove you already have fresh lemons for duck tacos and if your lucky there's cabbage right near by as well :dv :dv
     
  7. Yumaducknut

    Yumaducknut Senior Refuge Member

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    Steve:

    That may be real, but some times us guys like 'em fake.:dv
     
  8. Humvee

    Humvee Senior Refuge Member

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    That's strange: Why would you hunt in an area right after a volcanic eruption?:l

    Having hunted ducks and geese in LA, RI, MD, PA, UT, and here in AZ, I will take a day when you finish your hunt and motor in wearing a T-shirt and change from you waders to shorts.:tu Then again, those crazy boys in Pittsburg wear T-shirts and shorts if the temp gets above 10.

    It's OK, let them call it fake duck hunting down here. That's what they call silicon, and nobody complains about that!;) :clap :grvn
     
  9. mangydog

    mangydog Refuge Member

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    Having hunted in many other state as well, all of the "real" duck hunters can stay where they are at, the duck hunting in arizona and new mexico isnt "real" hunting. Make sure not to come down/over here, there is nothing for you to see.:l
     
  10. Birdup

    Birdup Moderator

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    Here is a picture of Socalducks, Kurt and I doing some "Real Duck Hunting".:tu
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