Duck Hunters Refuge Forums
The cork decoy thread got me thinking and I shared a couple pics of my junker decoys. I'm not much of a carver but I try and I have fun. Who else carves vintage style decoys to gun over?
Who's doing a garden this year?
do you guys use them for picking up your spread and if so what do you use and like.I have long fingers and arms due to being 6-5"
Celebrated a birthday, Fathers Day, and my buddies son graduating with a Masters in Enology.
Forty pound Piglet roasted nicely at 275 over Oak, Madrone, Pecan, and Mesquite.
Piglet roast went very well.
As the title states, looking for opinions on old 6x4 Gators. Wanting something to creep around the yard and river land with. Are they dependable?
Great vid. Boy does that young man's face glow in the low light, and the birds keep coming in.
Got a question: Is it that the " sink box" or " water pit blind" I'll call it is not floating that makes it legal?
i know it's a broad question, but what do you guys think the most popular double reed duck call is for advanced callers?
I am looking to mix things up next year and swap to a compact light 20 gauge for next turkey season. The front runners so far are the Stoger 3020 Compact 26” barrel for $600 and the Franchi Affinity Compact 24” barrel for $900.
I’m going to spend part of the next few nights at the local honky tonk and was wondering when y’all get sideways and some don’t but, what are y’all drinking or whatever?
If you had to choose between a .357 Magnum and a .44 Magnum (for those who have shot both), it would be?
Also, what do you think is the ideal barrel length for your choice?
Over to you
Page 6 of 21