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re: Question for the rice field hunters - Huntinguy
Ducks like new/rising water. It exposes feed that hasn't already been hit and isn't as decomposed as whats been flooded. Kinda like a limited time special. They also don't like falling water and will often leave a spot when the water starts to fall out. ...
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re: Night Hunters: What did you mount your NV/ Thermal optic onto? - Huntinguy
This thread title is hilarious.:lol: I'm guessing your intentions are to hunt hogs and varmints, but as a child coming up, night hunters meant poachers shooting deer at night while trespassing. ...
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re: Browning A5 vs Benelli SBE3 - Huntinguy
Handle them and buy whatever fits you best......I shot a SBE I for years and handled the Maxus, A5, and SBEIII yesterday. And stayed with Benelli. I WILL pattern it with different loads and examine POI as I would with any new shotgun. ...
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re: Most unnerving animal in woods - Huntinguy
My dad was in our farm shed one night on a creeper working on a truck well after dark with the doors open.....heard a slight sound and a skunk had walked under there with him. The only way out was past the skunk, he said he held his breath for about 3 minutes till the skunk ambled off. :lol:...
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re: Most unnerving animal in woods - Huntinguy
I'm on the skunk train, but along the same line as the quail.....walking up on a rabbit in the dark and having that joker flush right under my feet turns me inside out for a second. :lol:...
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re: Duck Hunting Solo? - Huntinguy
Exactly, I never took money but treated guests like client, watched, called, chased cripples and tried to keep from getting shot sometimes. I loved it and still do, but it’s nice to do my own thing when the opportunity presents. ...
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re: Duck Hunting Solo? - Huntinguy
I love to hunt by myself. ...
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re: Phone mount/clamp/tripod for taking pics in the field? - Huntinguy
Thanks Diesel,hat,Par. Tripod ordered....
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Phone mount/clamp/tripod for taking pics in the field? - Huntinguy
As mentioned in another thread recently, my kids are at an age now where they are frequently hunting with me. I like to document our time together and I'm looking for a mount to hold my phone and take pictures and videos during and after hunts. I've looked at tripods with clamps, and somebody...
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re: Go-to Duck Recipes - Huntinguy
I was coming to post that. He's from California, but dude loves to eat wild stuff... He's got a legit recipe for Venison tacos using a shoulder too. ...
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re: Had the best hunt of my life - Huntinguy
I've had a 4 year old and or an 8 year old in the blind or stand with me a half dozen times with me this year. Its an absolute blast and a test of the nerves and ability to pack! VERY good times! ...
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re: Looking for everyone’s insight - Huntinguy
Not trying to be cute, but get a few boxes and pattern them in your gun. (or rob a few from friends shooting various loads and pattern them at whatever distance you anticipate shooting.) My old Benelli SBE was MONEY with #3's in general and good with twos. It seemed to do best with Kent then ...
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re: At the deer camp alone - Huntinguy
Agreed! :lol: I didn't actually mean that part towards you. More towards whoever implied they needed help getting one out and cleaned....
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re: At the deer camp alone - Huntinguy
I'd love to have 3-4 days to be in the woods by myself. I'm with HouseofWaffles.......if you can't handle a deer by yourself, hand in your man card....
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re: Best/Go to food for duck blind? - Huntinguy
Check out the duck blind bistro. Not exactly the same but similar. Here's another vote for Mallards between 10:30 and 1. Its been a long time since I've done it, but it used to be a pretty regular feature, along with some pretty decent in blind cooking. ...
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re: Best/Go to food for duck blind? - Huntinguy
That's pretty good vittles anywhere. Its been a long time since I've gotten to hunt long enough to do any real cooking in the blind. ...
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re: Serious question don't know a good title- public land hunting related - Huntinguy
No. Developed or not, you don't own it. ...
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re: Transfer Google Earth points to phone... - Huntinguy
This. I use a number of apps. Maps Plus is my favorite....
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re: Advice for a dachshund puppy - Huntinguy
What you've heard is pretty accurate imo. We had a double dapple mini female, beautiful dog. To go along with the stubborn, ours was VERY DIFFICULT to housebreak. I've had dogs all my life, have housebroken shepherds, hounds, labs, airedales with minimal trouble. Our Dachshund was just ...
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re: Ducks for my pond - Huntinguy
[quote]How likely something eats them?[/quote] 100%...
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