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Bury Me in My Waders is a pretty good collection of hunting stories
Can’t speak for anywhere else because I’ve never hunted out of state but public land around me is absolutely pressured like crazy,I’ve got one...
we’ve got a ton of lily pads on the pond,according to the landowner he’s seen about 80 ducks on it at once in years past,for Georgia standards...
Pale Rider,Josey Wales,El Dorado,High Plains Drifter
Was a wild turkey 101 kinda guy until I met my Puerto Rican wife,in-laws turned me onto Don Q cristal Puerto Rican rum
Hell yeah it could land on a treadmill,now whether or not it could be done safely.....
dont think I’ve ever taken a duck without a pinch of snuff come to think of it
Had a lucky hat and haven’t killed a duck since I lost the damn thing,also have to have my buddy say “we ain’t hunting tomorrow” after we set up
Redlands to Clark’s hill is just shot out man saw probably the same 6-7 ducks all season on the WMA with 2 groups to each duck
Glad to know I’m not the only one,I’d LOVE to get to shoot them feet down,greenheads only,etc but that ain’t happening on public land in Georgia
Dogs name and the word “adventures”
i have seen them decoy won’t argue that but it was on a private land spot that had never been hunted before. Our WMAs are so pressured theyre not...
gladly accepting lessons on how to make wood ducks put their feet down,cup up and glide in because that’s about all we get in Georgia is pass...
depends on where you’re from I guess,here in Georgia if you ain’t pass shooting you ain’t trying lol
Gotcha man thanks
Be 29 next month
Anyone ever eat one? Genuinely curious as to how they taste,like a wood duck? Mallard? Bufflehead?
X10 Selfishly I’d like to see some land bought by the DNR for a WMA near me
Not watching but they should have had Slayer or Metallica for the halftime show when the game was in the Bay Area a few years ago