Thank you North Dakota

Discussion in 'North Dakota Flyway Forum' started by qac, Dec 23, 2012.

  1. qac

    qac Refuge Member

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    North Dakota was very good to us again this year. I want to thank all the great friends, farmers and family for making our 2 trips just outstanding. We were able to experience some fantastic decoying action, we took the birds we wanted and played around with alot more. Travel days were a challenge on both trips as the weather made things interesting but our days afield were just spectacular. I am looking forward to next year already. Thanks again.

    Qac

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  2. DUCK LAB JAKE

    DUCK LAB JAKE Senior Refuge Member

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    Great pics, thanks for sharing, can't wait till next OCT
     
  3. Arkansas Slim

    Arkansas Slim Senior Refuge Member

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    Great pics and looks like a great time was had by all.

    Is that dog a Dratharr?
     
  4. qac

    qac Refuge Member

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    Arkansas Slim,

    She is a wirehaired griffon. Full of energy, very fast retrieves even on those big late season geese.

    Qac
     
  5. Groose Man

    Groose Man Senior Refuge Member

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    Are you guys guides or something?
     
  6. IdahoMike

    IdahoMike Senior Refuge Member

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    Look like freelancers to me :yes
     
  7. qac

    qac Refuge Member

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    Groose Man,

    No we are not guides. Were just lucky to have family and friends that live in North Dakota.

    Qac
     
  8. Groose Man

    Groose Man Senior Refuge Member

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    I don't believe you. Only pros can kill fowl like that.
     

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