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#5507134 - 12/29/14 06:53 PM Hybrids, why the excitement?
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Never understood the excitement of shooting a hybrid duck. It is a messed up duck, you have a duck that screwed the wrong duck, and had a messed up baby duck. God did not intended for these 2 ducks to screw, right? So why is this good? I'm sure I'm missing something.

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#5507141 - 12/29/14 06:57 PM Re: Hybrids, why the excitement? [Re: Guy]
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#5507145 - 12/29/14 06:58 PM Re: Hybrids, why the excitement? [Re: Guy]
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If you had killed one Guy, would your thoughts be the same? It's pretty simple, they are more rare than a banded duck.
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#5507169 - 12/29/14 07:04 PM Re: Hybrids, why the excitement? [Re: drakedoctor]
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Originally Posted By: drakedoctor
If you had killed one Guy, would your thoughts be the same? It's pretty simple, they are more rare than a banded duck.

Nope. And I would not mount it either. But that is just me. I thought there might me more to it, other than 1 duck screwed the wrong duck.

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#5507177 - 12/29/14 07:08 PM Re: Hybrids, why the excitement? [Re: Guy]
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The wood duck crosses look really neat.

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#5507180 - 12/29/14 07:09 PM Re: Hybrids, why the excitement? [Re: Guy]
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Originally Posted By: Guy
Originally Posted By: drakedoctor
If you had killed one Guy, would your thoughts be the same? It's pretty simple, they are more rare than a banded duck.

Nope. And I would not mount it either. But that is just me. I thought there might me more to it, other than 1 duck screwed the wrong duck.


When you shoot one-I'll take it. Just getting in the game early.....

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#5507193 - 12/29/14 07:14 PM Re: Hybrids, why the excitement? [Re: Guy]
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Lol have you been stuck in the house to long?? I never got the band hype either.. But I sure grab those legs everytime I pick one up
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#5507211 - 12/29/14 07:21 PM Re: Hybrids, why the excitement? [Re: Guy]
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I am pretty fond of my "Brewers" duck. Have shot other hybrids, but this was my first one to mount.

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#5507249 - 12/29/14 07:34 PM Re: Hybrids, why the excitement? [Re: Navasot]
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Originally Posted By: Navasot
Lol have you been stuck in the house to long?? I never got the band hype either.. But I sure grab those legs everytime I pick one up

Well recovering a band is a good thing. What is good about a cross bred duck? Other than it being rare? Nothing wrong with posting a pic of your mess-up ducks, and having discussion about what duck screwed what, but to mount a deformed duck I do not get. They are mutt ducks. grin

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#5507250 - 12/29/14 07:34 PM Re: Hybrids, why the excitement? [Re: Guy]
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What does a wood duck hybrid look like?

A mule deer/whitetail hybrid looks pretty wonky.

The hybrid ducks I've seen have been along those same lines
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#5507258 - 12/29/14 07:37 PM Re: Hybrids, why the excitement? [Re: txtrophy85]
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Originally Posted By: txtrophy85
What does a wood duck hybrid look like?

It depends on what wood duck screws.

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#5507326 - 12/29/14 07:59 PM Re: Hybrids, why the excitement? [Re: Jacob645]
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Originally Posted By: Jacob645


They're called interlopers, just ask the good reverend.

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#5507362 - 12/29/14 08:09 PM Re: Hybrids, why the excitement? [Re: Guy]
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One of the waterfowl magazines had a article on hybrids a few months ago; one biologist said most hybrids he had checked were mallard crosses. Simple explanation he had for that was mallards were big ducks and natural rapists.

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#5507365 - 12/29/14 08:09 PM Re: Hybrids, why the excitement? [Re: Guy]
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Originally Posted By: Guy
Originally Posted By: txtrophy85
What does a wood duck hybrid look like?

It depends on what wood duck screws.


What if its not voluntary.

What if the wood duck is a victim of surprise sex?
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#5507382 - 12/29/14 08:14 PM Re: Hybrids, why the excitement? [Re: Guy]
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^ wth lol
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