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You need to tell Karen to slow her roll.
It's a snook. Way that places are pressured here you have to snap a quick one and leave.
Got this one the other night. 15 minutes of fishing. Gotta enjoy those times when it goes perfect.
What a nimby.
Though I read somewhere they were zoo escapees that expanded. Have heard locals here say they weren't around in the 80's. Are they truly native?...
No, we were out by 830 and they didn't feel like hanging around. They wanted to get on the road and go after hogs with the extra time.
[ATTACH]Tagged along with a friend and his boys for a youth hunt last weekend. Great hunting, bunch of teal. Boys were done in less than an hour.
The MO trout parks are pretty good, but it's all hatchery raised and in the southern part of the state as far as I remember. Have heard good...
Multiple different jerk rig setups that didn't last. Planning to make some motion decoys for next year. Either weasel ball or bilge pump.
Thought it'd be interesting to see what percent of your harvest was what species around the country. I've started keeping notes of hunts the past...
As far as I know the migratory bird permit is tied to HIP reporting which isn't going away. Non migratory is quail, turkey...
FL was this past Saturday the 8th. Good hunt for the kids. They do another say before regular season. Really just depends on weather, but one day...
Old drake mallard
Coffee and bacon
I recommend the pirates as well. Met one if the guys.
I think all day hunting makes the birds tougher to get. Afternoons were better spent scouting or fishing. FWC probably figures more hunting...
Thanks for the input, always good to hear from the locals. Only been here a few years. Not sure if anywhere else even gets them. Maybe SoCal.
Stoeger 2500. Cheapest reliable semi auto I could find. I need 3 shots most of the time.
Seeing what you guys think of this bird and if it's worthy. Opinions from guys down south that shoot plumed blue wings would help.