Duck Hunters Refuge Forums
just in case there is any actual carvers left here. Putting a keel on today and she is ready for use.
This bird has to be the best looking blue wing I have ever seen..
Hunting on a point-sand bar type area at a local Ohio reservoir. No brush, no treeline, no drift wood. Nothing for hundreds of yards. Just dried mud from where they lowered the water level and lots of small stones.
So with deer season coming around and many people taking a youngster, sometimes their own children or those of others, the debate always rages on between some folks on my state forums.
I was watching some youtube videos, and I watched some guys cut down some corn and then use it in making their blinds. I was under the impression that cutting flooded corn would expose the corn and that you couldn't cut it unless the cobs had been removed. Can someone clarify this for me.
We are having a special Refuge photo contest that will be held in conjunction with your submissions to the Sitka Diverge6 Photo contest.
Not by the amount of birds but rated by the company that I was with both days..
I started me morning off with the intention of doing some scenic photography in the New England countryside whilst in it's fall splendor. The early morn was very foggy and I spent some time sitting on a pond and waiting out the correct lighting conditions.
TRAD making retrieve of a wood duck drake earlier this morn.
Ok, so I have always heard stories from older guys around here that say they use to hunt on the Mississippi River itself. I live in Louisiana about 20 miles north of Baton Rouge and have heard of older guys saying that they use to shoot limits of ducks hunting on the banks of the Mississippi river.
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