Duck Hunters Refuge Forums
Spend a couple days camping, hanging out with friends, drinking, eating and playing in the mud..
None other than buddies Big Wayne and Dean ( the chowder dudes) Jim Dandy his wife, Dad and several others in our camp rotated though in two days.
For years, I used a Cabelas neoprene dog vest with velcro, it was awesome and lasted years. Since my new dog is smaller, I've tried a couple of other brands, and they haven't lasted a year. I've tried the Browning and the RedHead ones.
Been looking at getting a m2 for ducks. How many of you guys use 20ga and what loads you using?
This one has a little bit of everything. Too much narration, barrel stickers, subtle product placement, water swatting, tall shots, and post hunt duck jerky shooter. The dog work was respectable meat dog quality.
I'm torn between a CZ Bobwhite G2 12 or 28. (I have an O/U CZ Canvasback in 20 so no reason for the happy middle ground).
It's not duck hunting, but it looks like a lot of fun! Pigeons decoy well and provide a lot of entertainment in the off season. Might have a new spot to shoot this year.
A comment One shot Bandit made got me thinking.
What have you killed from the duck blind ( of goose) other than ducks. I guess a few snipe and pesky songbirds as a kid.
There are a few real photo artists on the forum. However, most of us can't take a photograph using a telephoto lense with an expensive camera of a flying duck. So all you amateurs post up your best and/or worst photos of your dead ducks or geese.
My wife asked me a short time ago what was on my bucket list.
Part of my outdoor list is sea ducks.
Ive been blessed with my first mud boat. Ive had a few cheaper 2 stroke outboards that I have put DIY blinds on. They were made out of conduit and angle brackets, scissor style: you run a pin through the 2 arms to set up the blind.
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