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  1. salthunter

    salthunter Moderator Moderator

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    I dont know why but for water fowling if I get a road trip a fellow has some 747's for sale Dont need them. But when the late fresh birds come in those huge decoys pull geese a long ways.
     
  2. wtrfwlr43

    wtrfwlr43 Elite Refuge Member

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    Momarsh Versa Vest for the dog. A few more Higdon Pulsators.
     
  3. Quarne

    Quarne Elite Refuge Member

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    Well, I guess just the 2 Winglock refuge series goose calls so far. And I "needed" more goose calls.....:rolleyes:
    You're the best Rick!
     
  4. Aliv9

    Aliv9 Refuge Member

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    For this year I added another 2 dozen flambeau gunner mallards and a 1448 county line layout boat with an 18hp copperhead on it.
     
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  5. flockrockr72

    flockrockr72 Refuge Member

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    Found a place for a semi permanent blind, so I got a redneck mallard blind to try this year. Got a couple fans that hook up to a deep cycle for early goose. Wish it had a dog door, but he can stick his head out the side. And a pair of Rogers elite 1600's, never had breathable before
     
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  6. Duck Seeker

    Duck Seeker Senior Refuge Member

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    I’m a refuge guy, so no huge spreads.

    A Higdon Pulsator, so I don’t have to fuss with a jerk string to get some movement
    A RNT cut down, so I hopefully sound a little different
    A couple of 6-packs of Avian-X decoys
    And some miscellaneous clothing......
    I’ll probably add a Lucky Duck HDi, but can’t use them here until December, so no rush
     
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  7. IowaWaterfowler10

    IowaWaterfowler10 Senior Refuge Member

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    Andy is a great guy to do business with enjoy that CL!!
     
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  8. HaydenHunter

    HaydenHunter Elite Refuge Member

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    Switching over my mallard dekes to Avian X.

    Just put an Atlas Micro Jacker jack plate on my duck boat. Gonna try to keep my Merc 50 on all season instead of having to change over to the mud motor as the water drops.
     
  9. noweil

    noweil Elite Refuge Member

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    More coots.
     
  10. Alldrakes

    Alldrakes Elite Refuge Member

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    Sold off all my clothes, coats, vests, gloves, hats I accumulated over the last 20 years and upgraded everything to Sitka.
     

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