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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by Tim McLagan, Sep 20, 2012.
Finally! First seven mallard limit of the season. Been tough this year.
Somebody messed up the all bluebill limit by shooting the dang gadwall.
From this spring but still an awesome day. 1 jump, 5 people, 112 geese. Over 150 on the weekend.
Did a swap hunt with some guys from down south. We went down a few Weeks back to shoot mottled ducks. They got us everything we wanted.
When I asked them what they wanted to shoot in exchange, they said mallards. I told them from the area we are in they might as well be asking for unicorns. Well with very little water and a good cold front we are loaded up with mallards. Set up on a cattle pond that was holding about 50 mallards. . Tough time getting them to decoy due to the pond being iced over.
Moved to a spot where the mallards like to rest and loaf during the day and picked off the rest of our limit.
Had some pretty good groups of geese get in and killed 22. Also got my first pterodactyl.
With mallards out of the way, we decided to do a good mixed bag hunt. We literally had hundreds of ringnecks decoying but just held off shooting them as we wanted to spare the skin on our thumbs.
Nice! Looks like fun!
Late season cans.
Christmas Eve cans
Last hunt of the season 5 man limit
Good morning for 2 guys in December
Snuck out fora solo hunt this am.
Little surprised to see this guy out on new yrs eve.
Nice hunt on the MIssissippi Sound
Redhead drake and Greater Scaup drake i couldn't believe i killed the greater scaup in south MS
One of two decent hunts we have had in SW MS this year
My lab with a fat greenhead
My Grandaddy and hunting partner 78 years old and still going strong
brazo im so jealous. You get such a variety. and lots of cans. Still looking for my first can they seem to show up around here right after the season closes.
Congrats on your first crane! And what an impressive mixed bag as well
Decided to catch a quick hunt this morning after working the night shift, it turned out pretty well.