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Old 01-10-2019, 10:33 AM
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Got lucky with some bling on a gadwall yesterday.

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^^^That guy hunts like 2x a year and kills a banded bird... wtf...
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Old 01-10-2019, 1:36 PM
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Blind partner got 4 ducks and a speck yesterday, said it was slow, no wind.
WOW, 5 birds down for a blind hunter is pretty darn good.
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Old 01-10-2019, 1:40 PM
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^^^That guy hunts like 2x a year and kills a banded bird... wtf...
In case you "I have all the time in the world to hunt ducks 46 days a year" guys were wondering, I did bust out the secret weapon - the UFO!
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Thatís awesome Scottie!!!! Heading north to gray lodge this weekend with the family. Hope to wear emm out!!
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Got lucky with some bling on a gadwall yesterday.

Congrats!! Iíve never shot a banded gadwall.
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Finally! Best hunt of the year. Local spot - honkers, specs and some ducks.
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Excellent.
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I went to Delevan to try a lottery draw on sweat line yesterday. There were more than 100 drawings and more than 300 hunters. I was drawn in #203 and there was no chance to shoot on Saturday. Disappointed as I drove 4 hours from Bay Area. Then drove back to Grizzily Island. Shot 2 bufflehead ducks. They fly really fast and it's fun to shot. I heard they task bad though.
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My brother and I shot in the Grasslands yesterday. It was foggier than I hoped it was going to be. The shoot went well but we were buzzed by some teal that we never saw coming more than once. Out of the blind in an hour with 1 sprig, 2 spoonies, 1 Blue Wing Teal, and 8 GW Teal. Others that we talked to did worse. There were definitely some migrating ducks in town because a lot of the birds had very little fat on them unlike the local ducks, which usually have a lot of fat on them. Hopefully the hunts stay good for the rest of the season.
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3 teal, 2 spoons, 1 bull sprig, and 1 speck that I pulled from way up in the fog yesterday.

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I've never hunted ducks. What's the significance of the band. I've heard you have to turn it in? The band.
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Hunted today, 3 teal, 1 sprig and a pair of mallards. Not too bad for a bluebird day. Could have had more as we thought 5e birds would work in a little closer but 2 passes and then gone. I must’ve said “we should have tried at those” at least 5 times.


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I've never hunted ducks. What's the significance of the band. I've heard you have to turn it in? The band.
You report in the date you killed the duck and location, etc . It gives the UFWS valuable information about waterfowl movements, lifespan, etc. You keep the band and they have prestige.

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On the Chesapeake Bay yesterday - four of the biggest Scaup/bluebills I've ever seen, and six long tail ducks.

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Hunted today, 3 teal, 1 sprig and a pair of mallards. Not too bad for a bluebird day. Could have had more as we thought 5e birds would work in a little closer but 2 passes and then gone. I mustíve said ďwe should have tried at thoseĒ at least 5 times.


NATEWA, nice job on the honkers!!
Thanks - really enjoyed shooting the specks! Iíll enjoy eating them too.
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Thanks - really enjoyed shooting the specks! Iíll enjoy eating them too.
Deep friend honker is amazing. Prepare like a deep fried turkey.

Specks are terrific eating as well!
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Deep friend honker is amazing. Prepare like a deep fried turkey.

Specks are terrific eating as well!
Honker anything is GROSS! Them honkeys are barely good enough for the sausage pile. Well I guess if your are already eating scap and ringnecks they could probably be eatible.
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Honker anything is GROSS! Them honkeys are barely good enough for the sausage pile. Well I guess if your are already eating scap and ringnecks they could probably be eatible.
Ha! I'm with you on this. I do love to see a big pile of them dead though. I can't tell you how many putts I had ruined when I used to play golf because of those b*stards.
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I'll be hitting up San Jo for the last weekend. Finally pulled a ressi and it only took 6 years. Would have rather shot Wister, but should be nice to be home by mid afternoon.

Some nice looking straps posted so far, Good shooting boys.

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The first goose I ever killed was on the golf course. I sliced a long drive into a gaggle of Canada geese. When I went to find my ball I found a dead goose, and 6 feet away was my ball.
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The first goose I ever killed was on the golf course. I sliced a long drive into a gaggle of Canada geese. When I went to find my ball I found a dead goose, and 6 feet away was my ball.
Awesome! Only golf course killing I ever did was a topped drive into some coots. Tagged one.
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I drilled a lady in the forehead on the fly when she walked off the tee box and onto the rough just behind the green. She went down and I could see the red dot on her forehead from the 100 or so yards out.
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I wonder how many ducks/ geese/ Coors get killed in Golf courses each year.

My dad had a duck waddle across the fairway 200 yards out, nailed it right in the head and it dropped. I'm guessing it was hilarious. Sure he felt bad though. I'd have put it in my cart, dinner!
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Friend hunted this morning - 3 spooners and a teal.

Another friend went to Yolo. I’ll see him tomorrow and report back.

Other than the opener, my hunt at a local spot and Mexico, this season had been horrible.
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We pounded today 4 cock sprig and 10 wigies for 2 guys. Wind got knarly around 1 pm.
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Went on my first duck hunt yesterday. We shot two limits - all spoons and ring necks with one gadwall and one greenwing. I think Iím hooked. I think Iíll finish out this year at Camanche then sell that membership and look for a duck blind.

Walking on an Easter egg hunt is fun, but calling in and taking down squadrons of wild birds with all the variety and interaction with decoys and calling is SO much cooler.

I think Iíll have the greenwing mounted since (other than the coot I shot right after the siren) it was one of my first ducks. And itíll be really pretty.
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Went on my first duck hunt yesterday. We shot two limits - all spoons and ring necks with one gadwall and one greenwing. I think Iím hooked. I think Iíll finish out this year at Camanche then sell that membership and look for a duck blind.

Walking on an Easter egg hunt is fun, but calling in and taking down squadrons of wild birds with all the variety and interaction with decoys and calling is SO much cooler.

I think Iíll have the greenwing mounted since (other than the coot I shot right after the siren) it was one of my first ducks. And itíll be really pretty.
Congrats man !!!! On your first duck hunt . Itís a hell of a lot different that hunting planted birds but wayyyyyy more satisfying. I can hardly bring my self to hunt the pheasant clubs even when invited. Now you gotta stop shooting trap cause shooting birds in the back is lame
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Went out this AM. Should have stayed in bed. Birds were around, just at the 30,000 ft level. Season end is getting close.
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The hunt was good early but died off fast. It was good that my brother and I managed to kill basically everything we shot at and got multiple doubles. We were out of the blind and picking up the decoys in 45 minutes. Everyone else we know had a much tougher time. I guess we just got lucky today in what is normally not a good blind. 2 Sprig, 1BW Teal, 11GW Teal.

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Going to el paso for end of season hunt. Farmer said few ducks on ponds but sandhill cranes have moved in he shot 2 last night while out moving tractor to a new field. I just got my fed permit online and am taking goose loads with me down there. My bro is bringing motor home to leave at ranch.
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I thought paso then said shot Texas where hunting is legal
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Another decent day for me and my blind buddy. Unsettled weather, a slight bit of misadventure, lots of laughs and good company, and a bit of redneck repair kept us entertained right up until sunset. We had a new duck hunter with us in the blind, and we had a great time giving him the business while he struggled to surmount the challenge of killing wind driven buzz-bomb Bluebills.

We went out at about 1pm, and got plenty of opportunities. All Scaup though, with the exception of the Redhead I dropped at the end of the day.

Six Scaup (two limits) and one Redhead total, with lots and lots of Scaup living to see another sunrise. The Scaup were buzzing us all day, but other ducks were not easy to come by.
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Went out yesterday - 2 honkers and a hen mallard. Slowest hunt of the year at that spot. Nice weather in the forecast. I hope some birds move in for the youth hunt.
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How does someone get started in duck hunting???
I live in Northern California and donít have friend who hunt. Iíve always wanted to get into duck hunting but donít know where to start. Any tips? Or anyone who is in the area that would like to teach someone who interested i. The sport.


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How does someone get started in duck hunting???
I live in Northern California and don’t have friend who hunt. I’ve always wanted to get into duck hunting but don’t know where to start. Any tips? Or anyone who is in the area that would like to teach someone who interested i. The sport.


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