Originally posted by kicks
Sure there are lots of birds to be had !! Shot 6 mallards and 3 geese in B1 on Monday !! to Bad the creek is closed . But there are birds everywhere!! This is the best part of the season .
" Thats 12 already ? count them again Larry "
them honkers must...
you did better then me this year,
I shot 3 toms, 2 bears, 2 Bucks. had mutiply incounters with 150 class deer this year with my bow only didnt limit out twice on ducks, ate perch or walleye every weekend in the summer,
Maybe you can teach me something I dont know if your so great always willing...
Im part of the problem eh?
Who are you? Use your real name dont hide behind a computer
Look at the unit like a business because thats what it is. Why would you change something thats worked for so long. And it was just voted on 3 years ago and it wasnt even close, and we have resevation,
Originally posted by 3 black dogs
I think this is a great Idea and is a step in the right direction of how the unit should be managed the old boys club will actually have to get up with the rest and be there to get thier favorite spots.
Imagine that a fair way to get a good blind at...
lol no not the good old boys, biologist and under grads from the long point area.
No i may not know you but I have never heard anything good about you from anyone when it comes to knowing anything about waterfowl hunting. Your like a case of computer herbies with the whole swan thing,
every single person in the marsh wants to shoot a swan, trust me, Its just when your getting told by acual biologist that it is not a good idea at the time certain groups are going to side with them, not someone that has no clue what is goin on in the duck and that hunts for 3 days a year.
Home made mud motor engines a power fist, Has maybe 10 hours on it, bought brand new in september only reason im selling it is its to heavy for my boat. Did break the throttle cable on the weekend should be fixed by the coming weekend.
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