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Higdon Outdoors #7381878 12/20/18 12:21 AM
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That show is just another level.
Lots of commercials, but very well filmed.
Rant over

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All of those shows are nothing but Hey! watch me and Jim Bob shoot ducks geese and anything else that flies by. They stink!!! My rant has only just begun roflmao


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I don't know. Avian X flooding its corn fields in preparation of the migration is hard to beat.

But hey, short stopping isn't real.


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Give me a show that explains in detail what and why theyíre doing and Iíll watch for a while. At least show me some of the work that goes into it, how and why you set up your spread for a particular situation, etc.

Thatís why I like meat eater. Thatís the entire show, plus a recipe at the end. Duck hunting shows are just ďlook how nice our lodge is and how great our private water is! We have 9,000 acres of private water and spend three months building blinds and habitat.Ē

I realize itís hard to to do, maybe even impossible, but itís not interesting.

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I just turned it on . I was looking bird dogs in the butt this morning.


Re: Higdon Outdoors [Re: beaversnipe] #7382623 12/20/18 07:48 PM
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I get tired of watching goose hunts.
Maybe it's because I'm from the panhandle and hate geese, I just prefer to watch ducks working, and all the different scenarios.


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Re: Higdon Outdoors [Re: Hopedale] #7382641 12/20/18 08:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Hopedale
I don't know. Avian X flooding its corn fields in preparation of the migration is hard to beat.

But hey, short stopping isn't real.


It's also 43 degrees in Bismarck ND....... We're still killing piles of BWT because it flat hasn't been cold.

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Originally Posted by Gulfgoose
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I don't know. Avian X flooding its corn fields in preparation of the migration is hard to beat.

But hey, short stopping isn't real.


It's also 43 degrees in Bismarck ND....... We're still killing piles of BWT because it flat hasn't been cold.


I'll agree with that. But when did "normal agriculture practice" become building a levy spending the money to plant a couple hundred acres with corn then flooding it? Yeah sure farnera have been doing it for centuries.....

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They hunt over some huge spreads.

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Originally Posted by Pintail711
They hunt over some huge spreads.


Which is really not needed at all, but they want you to buy a huge spread as well
The show is all about money, but its very well choreographed

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Well, except for the geese, or ducks working to the spread...pretty sure they don't choreograph that ! Pretty sure that is reality...


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Originally Posted by tophorsecop
Well, except for the geese, or ducks working to the spread...pretty sure they don't choreograph that ! Pretty sure that is reality...


Agreed. I hunt with big spreads. Lots of motion. They fall into those big spreads.

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