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I was a little confused when i picked it up as it looked like a hen mallard but totally different. The other 3 were a hen and drake mallard and a hen gadwall. I sat in awe having shot yet another rare species for our area. Over the next little while i had several smileys land or almost land in the dekes as well as a nice drake greenwing. I passed several shots before killing another greenie and another hen to finish out the day. I thank Tyler for coming with me today and experiencing this hunt. I know he enjoyed it. Ask him about the pass shot at the big greenhead.
Anyway, i think i am very lucky to have killed some of the rare birds we have around here. 3 woodies, 2 oldsquaws, and now a mottled duck. Not to mention the 4 bands i have. All in all a very awesome day. Thanks for the company Tyler.
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Your pike, musky, and walleye board moderator.
If it don't fit force it! If it breaks, you needed a new one anyway.
LDS BFT at its finest!
What a joke!