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Yankee transplants gettin er done! #6052313 11/27/15 04:54 AM
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Met up with a bud that moved here last year for his first coastal hunt. Been trying to figure this area out for the last year and a half, and I feel like I'm starting to get a finger on it. Anyone can get a limit of reds every day down here, but from what I've found, it takes a little time, effort and patience to fill a strap and Tuesday we came as close as I've come so far. Ended up with 4 reds, 3 scaup & 3 buffies. All birds were shot with their feet down. Winged a buffie and scaup so we decided to call it a day at 10 birds. And in case you guys are wondering, if you have to use a canoe, you can fit 5 dozen dekes in a medium jet sled and pull it behind the canoe. Worked great And we were able to have a decent spread with about 11 dozen dekes.


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Nice strap! What kind of redheaded decoys are those?


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Nice.

What kind of canoe is that?

Re: Yankee transplants gettin er done! [Re: Fishuhalik] #6052347 11/27/15 05:45 AM
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Those are green head gear redheads! There heavy as crap compares to the g&h's but more realistic ,

Great shoot


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Great shoot


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Re: Yankee transplants gettin er done! [Re: TxDuck24] #6052726 11/27/15 04:25 PM
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Originally Posted By: TxDuck24
Those are green head gear redheads! There heavy as crap compares to the g&h's but more realistic ,

Great shoot

Exactly. Weighted keel & they SUCK to carry in, but I still love em


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Re: Yankee transplants gettin er done! [Re: Fishuhalik] #6052743 11/27/15 04:32 PM
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Hey, my redheads weigh three pounds a piece laugh Good shoot!

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