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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.
A couple years ago I started converting my enclosed trailer into a multi-use trailer. The goal for this rig was to have a combination cargo carrier and short term camping trailer, and be able to drive it into a field hauling decoys for duck/goose hunting.
Just thinkin bout how good home grown tomatoes are. Not many things better in summer, than a mater sammich with fresh bread, Hellman's mayo and a home grown tomato. Maybe follow up with a good ripe watermelon, and you talkin summertime fun. Ya'll got some fav summer foods?
Dogs, Burgers or a huge slab of beef? So whatcha doing all you Grill Kings out there !
We layed a big old brisket in the smoker.. watching it with a cold adult soda in hand.
You killed it, you either plucked or skinned it, now it's time to cook a meal. I have to admit, I'm a pretty boring cook when it comes to ducks and geese.
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