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Evening teal, anyone? #2574954 09/12/11 01:00 AM
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I've had decent luck in the evening with wood ducks...I've thought about trying it with teal, but never heard anyone talking about it. Anybody out there think it's worth a shot? (no pun intended)


Re: Evening teal, anyone? [Re: hpd] #2574958 09/12/11 01:03 AM
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I would go if it wasn't a hundred effin degrees. Evenings are meant for sitting in the shade with a miller and shooting dove.


Re: Evening teal, anyone? [Re: kdub] #2574963 09/12/11 01:04 AM
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Originally Posted By: kdub
Evenings are meant for sitting in the shade with a miller and shooting dove.


^^^This




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