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Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by B.M. Barrelcooker, Nov 13, 2018.
Thank ya RDL270!!!!!
I’ll see your honey buns and raise you chocolate Christmas tree cakes.
Chocolate Christmas tree cakes are the devil. The white ones are where it's at ole son.
Since I got my Buck today. Now im getting my decoys and blind ready rest of the week. Got Honey buns in stock ready to go.
New tires on the big boat trailer, little boat back from having motor frame welded, Just need to mount blinds and gather a few decoys.
Loading trailer, fields are flooded, grassing pits Friday & maybe shoot some specks & ducks on Saturday.
We got our pit grassed in a few weeks ago. At that time, beans were still in. I talked to our leaser and he says they should be out Saturday or Sunday but I'm seeing snow down there today/tomorrow. It'll be a muddy mess, that's for sure. I don't care tho. Blow those beans over the screens.
going down Friday morning to help my uncle and cousin grass their blind and put out decoys then my first Arkansas hunt Saturday and sunday.
My gun is black
Went through all my decoys a few weeks ago need to move them over to my boat, I will be in A Missouri pit for thanksgiving, can’t get here fast enough
After a do-it-yourself Duracoat job to replace the sad factory camo dip from Remington, my son's is black, too.
I once thought it would be a brilliant idea to put armour all on the Duracoat finish on my SX3. I mean, water beads and runs off when you put Armour-all on cars right? Genius idea, I thought. Now, every time that gun is hunted in the rain/snow, the stock and forearm turn yellow?
That's y I didnt spring for camo when I bought mine that and at the time the only camo I could get was duckblind which makes me want to puke a little. Plus being black automatically makes it an assault shotgun which is cool.
I guess you could pee in the snow, and the gun would blend in fine?