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Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by Neighbor Guy, Oct 14, 2019.

  1. da fowl slayer

    da fowl slayer Elite Refuge Member

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    Snack in our blind is cinnamon rolls or toaster strudels
    I think group size matters to
    Our limit is usually 48-60 ducks
    So I can take a little while
     
  2. CookMan

    CookMan Elite Refuge Member

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    We make coffee & Balieys in the blind. We are done at 7:30 and cook big at camp with bloody Marys or Screw drivers?
     
  3. Rick Hall

    Rick Hall Elite Refuge Member

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    Have you somehow missed the Indiana Choppin' Crew's snot and eggs field breakfasts?
     
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  4. bill cooksey

    bill cooksey Elite Refuge Member

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    They never hunted with me. Did have a cameraman from Indiana filming the Beaver Dam hunt that was on here awhile back. He had a choppin crew shirt as a joke. Just seems like yanks show up with a snickers and a mountain dew and call it good, but I'm sure some of them cook in the field.
     
  5. Out of focus

    Out of focus Senior Refuge Member

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    I want to hunt with all of you. I'm hungry!
     
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  6. Huntges11

    Huntges11 Senior Refuge Member

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    We mostly pre-make our breakfasts at home and then heat n serve in the blind. Last Fri was breakfast burritos, Sun was saus-egg-cheese biscuits. We've done the big scrambled egg casseroles with bacon, hash browns, sausage, you name it. We've done biscuits n gravy.

    When y'all throw around the Yanks deal I assume you mean those guys E of the Mississippi and North right?
     
  7. pgquackstacker

    pgquackstacker Senior Refuge Member

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    I’m the exact opposite of most of you I guess. I usually forget to eat when I’m duck hunting and then I’m starving on the way home and have to grab something. It’s a bad habit that I need to try and fix this year but I just don’t want to stop hunting to take the time to eat
     
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  8. Rick Hall

    Rick Hall Elite Refuge Member

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    Whittling on cold smoked "bills" with pocket knives was the tradition on some Ohio hunts I've been on.
     
  9. warrenwaterfowler

    warrenwaterfowler Senior Refuge Member

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    We almost always cook a hot breakfast. I have a "chowbox" with a two burner camp stove, a couple of skillets or a two burner griddle. We usually do breakfast sandwiches with eggs, sausage, and cheese on a English muffin or biscuit. We'll also cook up some corned beef hash topped with fried eggs, breakfast burritos, or other food from time to time. It gets cold during duck season here in Michigan and it's nice having a hot meal after setting up just before shooting time.
     
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  10. da fowl slayer

    da fowl slayer Elite Refuge Member

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    Speaking of coffee we buy those Coleman stove top coffee makers
    You won’t have a better cup of coffee
    Be hot as crap also
     
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