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Whatch'ya get good for Xmas?

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  1. dakndug

    dakndug Moderator Moderator

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    My wife bought me a new Quilomene Upland Bird hunting vest. Since I've worn the other one out and have been beggin for a new one, she surprised me with it today. If she'd given it to me last night I could have broken it in this morning on our traditional Xmas morning pheasant hunt. Didn't have anyone along to take a pic afterwards so the point is all you get!

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    Happy Holidays
    Doug
     
  2. muddyduck

    muddyduck Elite Refuge Member

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    Looks like a false point !
    Everybody knows there's no cockbirds left in Carroll Co.

    What I got for Christmas? 2 more boxes of decoys.:)
     
  3. Markus

    Markus Refuge Member

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    I got a TC Encore .50 cal. Stainless with a brown laminate stock. Cant wait to shoot it.
     
  4. eagleeyejohn

    eagleeyejohn Senior Refuge Member

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    I did ok for Christmas
    2 Dozen mallard dekes. (john bought)
    2 full body Flying Goose Dekes. (john Bought)
    4 full body Carrylites. (john Bought)
    A pair or nice 16" boots with 1000 grams of thinsulate (john Bought)

    from My best friend and his family
    a christmas tree ornament with santa holding a duck
    CD of New Yorks Finest singing songs.
    I'm so glad I have best friends at least something was a supprise.
    You shouldn't have though.

    I could go on and on but don't want to bore you anymore
     
  5. dakndug

    dakndug Moderator Moderator

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    Muddy,

    He hasn't lied to me yet in 6 years of hunting. When that dog points, theres a bird, he's the most trustworthy dog about that I've ever hunted behind.

    Back to installing kitchen cabinets. Mommas xmas present.

    Doug
     
  6. Hroonk

    Hroonk Elite Refuge Member

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    My parents surprised me with a dozen GHG Blackheads!!! Man they're SWEET....a little small, but SWEET!!! All I need is a place to hunt them!! Also scored a DVD/VCR player so I can finally watch all my killing videos again!!:l :sp :sp
     
  7. BigLefty

    BigLefty Elite Refuge Member

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    I scored pretty good this year... and the best was

    1 pair of 1000 gram waders and XM roady satelite radio.

    finally i will have warm feet! and great stuff to listen to on the way to the huntin spot

    lefty
     
  8. Bobo_JRD

    Bobo_JRD Senior Refuge Member

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    i got a:
    - pair of Columbi Oni Tech Bibs (no more waders in the goose field)
    -a Pair of Wolvrine King Caribou Boots
    -Waterfowlers rucksack from cabelas
    -2 pairs of thermax thermal underwear
    -3 pairs of heavy socks
    -and a Thermos

    Also a few vieo games, some gift certificates, and a few other little things.

    ho ho ho
     
  9. chad

    chad Elite Refuge Member

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    I bought myself a new Beretta Xtrema...does that count?
     
  10. ToddB

    ToddB Senior Refuge Member

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    I did pretty good.
    1 Browning Duck Commander Gore-Tex hood (Shadowgrass pattern)
    1 Avery duck carrier
    1 Dozen Greenhead Bluebill Dekes with lines and anchors.
    My Son Jonathon helped Mom pick 'em out!
    Good Son!!

    We had a RedNeck Christmas in Ohio when it snowed 5" and since we didn't have a sled to pull behind GrandDad's new Suzuki 4Wheeler we took the hood off a wrecked car in the yard and chained it to the back of the 4Wheeler and had a blast!!

    The shot is of my son last week on a creek blind off the lower Potomac.

    All in all a great Christmas!:D :D :D
     

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