Take a vet hunting!!!

Discussion in 'Swap A Hunt Forum' started by FOWLER267, Jul 28, 2005.

  1. BLKLAB

    BLKLAB Senior Refuge Member

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    I have ducks and Turkeys here in Mo for a Vet.
     
  2. asaysail

    asaysail Senior Refuge Member

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    I'd be glad to take a vet deer or turkey hunting on my lease about 15 miles west of Fort Knox, and even though I'm a newbie duck hunter any vet is welcome to tag along with me as I learn the ropes. I have extra equipment if anyone needs it.

    Alex
     
  3. lax

    lax Elite Refuge Member

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    I'm located near LaCrosse, Wisc and able to help getting a vet out for a hunt is not a problem. Contact me via E-mail. VerticalWorld@aol.com
     
  4. silvermallard

    silvermallard Elite Refuge Member

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    Hey guys, just a thought...

    If you call the MWR (morale, welfare, and recreation) folks on any military base and let them know about your offer, most would be happy to post a note on their website and/or bulletin boards. A lot of the guys on the bases may not get to this forum.

    Speaking from personal experience, a lot of folks in the military just give up on hunting when they can't find a buddy or two on base to hunt with.
     
  5. HereDuckyDucky

    HereDuckyDucky Elite Refuge Member

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    Central Washington State, and my family is more than willing to house a vet for a weekend...hunting included :tu .

    509-293-0612 between Dec 15th and Jan 15th. And if I can't do it...I know guys that will gladly pick up the slack.

    RW
     
  6. Richard

    Richard Elite Refuge Member

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    HDD~

    We need to hook up when you get back.

    Have pod will travel. :grvn
     
  7. HereDuckyDucky

    HereDuckyDucky Elite Refuge Member

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    Richard,

    No problem. You won't really need the pod, just a gun and some shells. I'll get you on some birds when I'm home.

    RW
     
  8. Masterchiefmike

    Masterchiefmike Elite Refuge Member

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    HDD, Richard,

    Do you think RW could handle two Bubbleheads in the blind at once? He could be scarred for life. It would be great to get up in that neck of the woods for a hunt though. Keep me posted and I'll mark the calendar if we can coordinate this.

    Mike
     
  9. Cootshooter3

    Cootshooter3 Elite Refuge Member

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    My son left yesterday for a year in Iraq .I will take vets to Reelfoot Lake Tn. Season Dec3 to Jan.29 E-mail me.

    The Bird Man
     
  10. HereDuckyDucky

    HereDuckyDucky Elite Refuge Member

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    My high-school football coach once told me during practice, "Weythman, you're exactly the type of guy the marines are looking for." I'm guessing the growling and hyperventilation before the snap didn't help my case :eek: .

    With that said...come on over. I'll get you guys onto some "real" ducks :cool: aka scaup, ringers, cans, and even a few widgeon.

    How does that last week of December sound?

    RW

    PS Weekdays work better if we can swing it :tu .
     

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