Young mans first birds

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  1. dallen

    dallen Senior Refuge Member

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    I think he likes his new job
     
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    akjohnnyp Senior Refuge Member

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    Nice Pic Dave.
     
  3. R.A.Coleman

    R.A.Coleman Senior Refuge Member

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    Get a good pic of a black dog against a white background with white birds.

    Is that the milk jug maller? Good to see a young lad starting out right on the straight and narrow. Congrats.

    Lots been happening.

    The Jetline has a new bolt on frame for the new canvas, and a kicker bracket that will mount my 55 Comercial. The 9.9 is getting turned into a 15, and shortened to boot..

    I sold a snow machine so Im gonna buy the AA Widgeon and the Mud hen.

    The Great diver rig project is going to take a second year. Got 5 doz done, preped and ready to paint. I'll keep the molds going while painting, but I don't see them all completed before season.
     
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    dallen Senior Refuge Member

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    I dont know about milk jugs, but he's been accused of other maulings. So far nothing too expensive. How much did it cost to turn the 9.9 into a 15 (assume a carb change)?

    the mudhens waiting for its new home.
     
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    dallen Senior Refuge Member

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    A 55 kicker!? What ya got for an engine?
     
  6. R.A.Coleman

    R.A.Coleman Senior Refuge Member

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    1. don't know yet last I heard Randy was still looking for the carb.

    2. Small block 351 & 3 stage kodiak jet. The 55 was paid for, and put up since my fish wheel days. @ 10 Yr. ago. I changed to a 115 prop on a center console 24' alumaweld guide model sled that was stolen off Ft. Wainwright. That thing would have made a KILLER Blind . I'm still looking for it.
     
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    dallen Senior Refuge Member

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    Must be a Redline. Got one just like it, only its connected to a single stage. It will pretty much stand up for that hole shot. Ever run the Klutina? Talk about white knuckle driving. Thats about 23 miles of honest class three water. Wow.
     
  8. northern wings

    northern wings Elite Refuge Member

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    Hey Bob, we need to get together on that diver rig, I will give you an hand if you want. I have also started my foam board decoys and when I burn up my foam board I might take that smokin deal you were talking about.

    -northern wings
     

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