WEst coast barrows/brant/etc for texas prime birds.

Discussion in 'Swap A Hunt Forum' started by brazosboyt, Feb 5, 2010.

  1. brazosboyt

    brazosboyt Elite Refuge Member

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    If anyone would like to trade a barrows hunt. I can as close to guarantee as possible:
    widg
    pintail
    redhead
    can
    blue wing(on occasion) late
    greenwing
    spec/snow/blue/ross
    scaup/ringer
    very few mallards
    hooded mergs
    ruddies.
    All on private land.


    Just ask the straitmeat from DE about this year. Got them: spec, blue, ross, pin, red, can, widg, and a super bonus cinnamon. Only thing we missed was the bluewing. Had em on the roost, but they nevered showed back up. We have shot up to 13 species ina single hunt from our blinds. Everything from greenheads to ruddies

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    Mergs by the mile when they show up.
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    rings around the neck.
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  2. straitmeat72

    straitmeat72 Elite Refuge Member

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    Todd and his family are top knotch people cant say enough about them. We developed a great relationship and plan on traveling together again this year. if you want to get out after some quality birds he is the man to talk to :tu
     
  3. sactofish

    sactofish Senior Refuge Member

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    I am not sure if I will make it to Texas, but you can hunt with me on a west coast bay in Northern California next season. The season were I will hunt starts mid Nov. to about mid Dec. Limit is two brant we can also shoot skinky duck (sea duck) PM me for details if interested.
     
  4. D.A.N.S

    D.A.N.S Elite Refuge Member

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    excellent pics great to see the kids getting in there make sa feel
     

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