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Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by black&blueshoulder, Jan 12, 2022.
Not sure I’ve ever heard of any banded outside Oregon. That’s cool!
One of my blind partners probably shoots 100-150 birds a season every season and hasn’t shot a band in 20 plus years. Not even involved in a coin toss!
Took me fifteen seasons to get my first band...got quite a few now though.
My hunting partner has been hunting at least ten years longer than I(so 40ish+ years)and he didn’t shoot his first until a few years ago.
He got his second last season.
Want bands? Shoot mallards, wood ducks, and honkers. That makes up 12 of my 15.
I just enjoy the jewelry that comes along when it comes along by shooting the refuge commoners variety of waterfowls
Don’t forget those tiny white geese.
Thank You Sir!
I’m mighty proud of that bitch, so I take lots of photo’s of her. And when I do I take a crapload hoping to get a good one or two
I got three this time and it was difficult to decide which one I liked the best
Right on Jeremy congrats!
Species and location play a big role but still
Gotta be lucky. I’m skunked on bands this year.