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Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by HuntressOfLight, Jan 16, 2020.
It will all be okay...relax...
Some could not care less, while others could care less, which means that those do care, at least, a little.
I must say, this thread delivers!
@HuntressOfLight, I don't care what anybody says, you're kinda funny. A sock, but funny, nonetheless.
I do not know whether this link is permitted, but I am finding it extremely useful, due to the manner in which all is presented and consider it to be great Waterfowl 101 material. If it must be deleted, so be it, and/or if it contains erroneous information about various waterfowl, I would like to know, please.
I personally prefer to let them light, get 4-5 in a line and see if I can kill them all with one shot. Oh and jump shoot snow geese. Like those jumps when you kill/ cripple 100+ in 9 shots then finish them off.
You need a longer extension tube. 15 min on da snow grease
Well, being that he was my first instructor, and the fact that he is my father, I shall follow his lead out of respect, first and foremost, if I ever decide to take any myself. He is an excellent shot, to say the least, and perhaps he finds his ways more challenging, coupled with a safety factor. Regardless, I imagine it to be strict code (proper protocol), as are all things with him. All I know is that nobody ever wants to take a shot in his presence that he disapproves of... bad, bad day.
PFFFTT. I was skipping the second bullet point. No wonder I can’t bag a sprig.
What's wrong with the ol .22 Mag??
But Lord Bowfinger, you must pay attention....this is the "Waterfowl 101" section, not "Advanced Waterfowl for Hunters".
Hell I thought this was the literacy for the illiterate section.
Or better yet, let’s just get back to the basics and bring back the punt guns. #bringbackpuntguns
Anybody know where I can get one of those lamps?