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How is the season going

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hey all

 

this is my first season of waterfowl shooting in the UK

 

Ive shot about a dozen ducks and a goose lol

 

Could be better but delighted that its my first season

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How bout some pics of the european ducks.

 

Season is shut down here for 2 weeks for doe season. It was sucking anyway. A straight month of sub freezing temperatures has about 4" of ice on top of every pond and strip pit around, and the few inches of snow on top of that makes it prime time to sit in the house and talk about the way things used to be

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Ducks are all long gone up north, so you boys down south can have your way with them.......Shoot em in the lips!!

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We were on the White River Refuge in Arkansas early this week the first two days were real good with the rice fields frozen they were in the refuge, but by day three the ducks were on the more south with temps in the mid teens.

 

At home the high tomorrow is forecast at -2, we are froze solid.

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Not to bad today two honkers and two mallards,should have been three ducks but my gunning was subpar,if my brother or dad had been with me we really could have wacked the geese,about twenty came in,two is the limit.

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