A “perfect” day for me on the Ontario/MN border….
Start the morning with 6 ducks. Could be 6-ringers, a mix of puddle ducks, even buffleheads. But perfect would be:
After breakfast a paddle and a limit of 15-coots
In the afternoon a field hunt for 5-geese in cow...
Neoprene waders will float. Even if filled with water.
The old rubber ones will fill with water but are neutrally buoyant, and will not sync you.
Breathables, will fill with water similar to the rubber ones but again they shouldn’t sink you.
In most cases, if you pull your knees up, once...
I guess I’m in the camp of tear it down or take it down yourself when you leave.
1) I don’t want to look at your pos blind when you’re not there.
2) you don’t own the spot. So building a blind in that location implies ownership. Like you said “public”
3) I don’t want to announce to anyone...
I was kinda thinking the same thing. I run into it for my .410 with some factory loads and it’s always a problem with Boss.
The crimps are slightly flared.
I am not sure where I got it. But I picked up a little ring for .410 that you can press on the crimp end and squeeze the crimp back...
Greenwings are delicious. One of my favorite ducks to eat.
You can have blue wings. I will pass. I always find it funny when people put spoonbills down then rave about Bluewing. They feed on the same things and to be honest, spoonbills taste better.
Jet Sled 1 in ATS is what I have. It will haul any deer you need it to haul.
Or a few dozen duck decoys
I pulled a 12yo kid out to a duck blind once about 300yds through a cattail bog/muck.
It’s great for winter trap line or winter camping/ice fishing...