Hunting with your wife!!

Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by salthunter, Dec 13, 2018.

  1. N2DUXS

    N2DUXS Senior Refuge Member

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    What's the point of painting your face if you're just going to cover it up with a facemask? I own 65 acres and my wife wouldn't be able to put you within 5 miles of our place. Have owed it for 6 years and she's never stepped one foot on it and has zero desire. I like it that way.
     
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  2. cast&blast

    cast&blast Elite Refuge Member

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    The mods won’t let me post my story. I tried once and it was immediately deleted. :(
     
  3. lucky_man

    lucky_man Senior Refuge Member

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    If you are referring to the picture of my wife by my boat, its a neck gaiter, not a face mask. Hence, the reason it's around her neck. I love my wife, enjoy her company, and she likes to hunt, so I will hunt with her and be happy to do so. As for your wife not wanting to hunt with you and you not wanting her there, more power to ya; to each his own.
     
  4. stevena198301

    stevena198301 Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    Kinda thought that was a gaiter...
     
  5. The_Duck_Master

    The_Duck_Master Elite Refuge Member

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    How well do you know your UPS driver?
     
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  6. salthunter

    salthunter Moderator Moderator

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    Some of our best”dates” and times together were hunting.

    My wife and our daughters are my preferred hunting companions.

    I hunt with plenty of other guys,which is much easier. the. Memories hunting with my wife and daughters are quite incredible.
     
  7. J.SCOTT

    J.SCOTT Senior Refuge Member

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    I've had 3, none of them cared to much for it. It takes a special girl to love and live in the outdoors. Thank your lucky stars you guys have found one. :clap
     
  8. dallen

    dallen Senior Refuge Member

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    Same here. My daughter is now going to Boise State, so I dont get the chance to go with her much. Hope to change that in the future, but it will be a while before she has that kind of time again.....She's been my sheep hunting partner (and a pretty successful one at that)....I told my wife, she's gotta step up now....
     
  9. duck_killer00

    duck_killer00 Senior Refuge Member

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    There isnt many days i get to go without my wife. Shes in love with it just as much as i do, both hunting and fishing. She grew up a river rat....On one of our first dates we were juggin on the river with some buddies and she actually taught me how to throw a shad net..was over for me after that.
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  10. cajunduck man

    cajunduck man Senior Refuge Member

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    My wife has duck hunted with me a couple of times in our 30 year marriage. She likes to dove hunt but her love is pistol shooting. She was our daughter's 4-H pistol coach and brought her to the state finals fours years in a row. Now fishing...that woman will fish for sac-a-lait (crappie for all of you not in south Louisiana) all day long.
     
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