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Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by MallardsFowlLife, Jan 6, 2017.
Been smashing a few down south too.
And up north.
Small bore style
Wow awesome, brazosboyt haven't seen you one on here in a while congrats on your hunts amazing as usual.
Congrats brazosboyt!!!! Looks like you are living the dream. Id love to see some pics of your trophy room, i bet its amazing. Beautiful picture of those eiders. Gorgeous birds. And if you just find yourself by chance not having a use for any of those ducks, well, im your man . But seriously, those are gorgeous birds, and gorgeous photographs too. Those up close eider shots are really awesome. Congrats!
(at risk of mimicking the above comments...
HOLY MOLY brazosboyt! You have some serious lineups in your photos. (I often forget just how big king eiders are..every time I see photos of them, I'm reminded that they're frickin HUGE o: ) Seriously, congratulations -looks like you and your buddies had a lot of fun this season
Awesome pictures as always Todd. If you don't mind me asking, what outfitter did you hunt with in Alaska for the Kings?
It's right in the picture.alaskan eiders outfitters
Eideers and Blues, OH My!!
We went on a goldeneye hunt today on the bay.
Now that's what I'm talking about DL!! Love them whistlers!!
Brian, reptiles?! What reptiles?!? I've shared many blinds with both moccasins and gators. South of here gators will eat your birds if you don't go get them. Had turtles do the same thing. Me and my buddy Scott found this dinosaur on the way out of my lease last weekend. Second one of the morning but this one was huge!
I'm a reptile man myself but that's scary schite right there man.ever here of any hunters getting bit?kind of keep a ya alert and on your toes huh.lol .no nap taking breaks in the blind down there huh.man that's creepy
Morning on the river
Perfect drake mallard
Nice Brian Thanks , i don't know what it is about them ringers but i think them are cool little birds.
And a few pretties.