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brass2mouth
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worth it when you smack em though


oh yeah...miss those days when I could hunt the plains.

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I need new hunting friends!!!








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nhassl1
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re: Waterfowl hunting- numbers in the blind


Eng08 you have a newborn so don't act like you can hunt...

I'll hunt with nearly anyone that can bring something to the table. I have a boat and a dog.






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brass2mouth
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I'll hunt with nearly anyone that can bring something to the table.


I bring a dead eye and a 12ga.


I also bring snacks in the blind.






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jimbeam
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re: Waterfowl hunting- numbers in the blind


I can call geese, have any type of goose and duck decoy needed, and don't ring people's ears (unlike some people I hunt with)





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nhassl1
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re: Waterfowl hunting- numbers in the blind


do you know where the ducks are?





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LouisianaChessie
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In a blind is 5 is the max although 3 is the norm. We hunted 13 people and 3 dogs on one levy during teal season one time. 52 birds in 25 minutes. Looked and sounded like a civil war reenactment and once everybody had shot twice it was difficult to see remaining birds.





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brass2mouth
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re: Waterfowl hunting- numbers in the blind


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do you know where the ducks are?


frick man, I was hoping you did






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SmackoverHawg
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Prefer no more than 3 to 4, but have hunted up to 17 before. Limited that day. Lots of ducks died. That was a helluva shoot.





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Thunder Tiger
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Max 3, usually 2, also do better solo. Less movement by yourself, shoot better when you don't have to anticipate/flinch from another's shots.





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jimbeam
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I always want to bring people when I'm doing good, but then we never have good days. I want them to do well but for some reason it never works out





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cattleman
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re: Waterfowl hunting- numbers in the blind


Fewer the better. 3 max.





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Palo Gaucho
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Average 3 or so. Like to keep it less than 4, especially on cloudy days.





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