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re: Today I MAGA - Capt ST
When did mm become an American unit of measurement? Must be a Merkle sheep...
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re: C&D: MAGA Edition - Capt ST
Just saw an OB koozie on CNN. Oh what sad times are these...
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re: Anyone up for a goose hunt? - Capt ST
Of course you don't see any issues, you sit in boat cooking sausages while they do all the work. Wish I could go, start up still scheduled for early Jan 2018. Dues paying is in full effect now....
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re: Anyone up for a goose hunt? - Capt ST
[quote]DSD, civiltiger, and WHODAT are good people. This will be a fun trip for anyone who goes. [/quote] WHODAT considers hunting Venice and atch delta easy hunts, loves to pull his weight and i hear he cooks a mean breakfast in the blind. Whoever goes will have memories that will last a lifet...
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re: is there a more formidable offshore fishing machine than the Freeman 34 ? - Capt ST
I'm not denying the 33 w/700 hp doesn't handle well or moves fast by any means, but even Freeman makes one bigger and faster, with twice the HP. ...
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re: is there a more formidable offshore fishing machine than the Freeman 34 ? - Capt ST
:rotflmao: Only 700 ponies. But it would handle those 8'ers on lake Ponchy like a champ....
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re: Compass Recommendation - Capt ST
I had one of those plastic ones, went back to old GI issue....
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re: What's in your freezer this season? - Capt ST
9 specs, 16 quarts of duck breasts, a few flounder, too many wormy trouts, a few bags of crappie and bass. A mottled, a grey and GW teal for taxidermist....
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re: Which parish kills the most ducks every year? - Capt ST
Still counting birds on wham brake baw...
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re: Waterfowl migration from south to north? - Capt ST
It seemed to progress over the years at the Atch delta. As the delta migrated south, so did the hunting. It was in the late 90s when I first heard of the birds rafted up offshore from a guy on crewboat. Now with a blind less than 200 yards from GOM, I get to witness it first hand on way too many ...
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re: 2016-2017 OB Waterfowl Shootout Thread *Update 1/16* - Capt ST
Heard that from a lot of people up there. They like to fly that river....
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re: Which parish kills the most ducks every year? - Capt ST
Less rice acreage, ponds deeper for crawfish production, it all factors into the equation. I wish they'd start farming crawfish in arky and take some ringnecks off our hands....
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re: Which parish kills the most ducks every year? - Capt ST
[quote]Gueydan ain't called the duck capitol of the world for nothing! [/quote] :rotflmao: The duck plucking lady filed chapter 11 almost 20 years ago. More ducks killed on sherburne than gueydan ...
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re: Waterfowl migration from south to north? - Capt ST
We do much better on coast on south wind before a front. They can't ride it out offshore on S wind. North wind we don't do squat. Its frustrating to watch 1000s of birds rafted up on gulf and the only people shooting them is the shrimpers ...
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re: Which parish kills the most ducks every year? - Capt ST
NELA wins on spoonies for sure. I'd go with Cameron also. Place sees a ton of pressure and gets a big head start in teal season ...
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re: Blow up decoys - Capt ST
They are light and you can pack a lot. New ones have better graphics ...
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re: Waterfowl migration from south to north? - Capt ST
Once they turn to you, STOP CALLING! Can't tell you how many flocks we had cupped up only to have one of the guides pick up call and start a loud sequence and they'd take a detour. Only had 3 land in decoys while being called, and those broke off from much bigger flocks that were committed and nev...
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re: Waterfowl migration from south to north? - Capt ST
I was in Dewitt area for the freeze and then the thaw this week. Was very interesting watching the birds and how they reacted in that weather cycle. Watched them fly south all afternoon Sunday. Monday had to hunt river, decent hunt, but good God that afternoon when the snow and ice started meltin...
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re: Weekend Plans Thread - Capt ST
Today Paying dues Sat Paying dues Sun Paying dues MOF paying dues till 2018. Not sure if I should :banghead: :wah: :pimp:...
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