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Good n Nastey #7394253 01/03/19 10:56 AM
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Going to be a wet morning. Beats being at the shop machining landing gear parts

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I do not like hunting in the rain. But Iím getting old.

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I too am getting old, thats why im back at the house. Theres always tomorrow

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Originally Posted by toolmaker
I too am getting old, thats why im back at the house. Theres always tomorrow

Go rig some decoys or something. grin

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It's going to be wet for a while says the weatherman


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Almanac said a cold, wet winter. Looks like we are going to get it, but itís not helping migration so far.


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


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Originally Posted by Guy
I do not like hunting in the rain. But Iím getting old.

I'm pretty sure you're like me and hunt several times a week. Having to get everything dried out is a PITA I don't want to deal with if I don't gotta. Nothing worse than putting on gloves on a cold morning and they're still wet.

Plus ducks work better on sunny days. I do like the fact that cloudy or rainy days they tend to work longer and more spread out.


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everything i own is rigged, so i did something old like, i took a nap. just got back from making the rounds on the lake. didnt really have to go anywhere else though, stopped at where i was gonna hunt this morning and the same 75 or so birds where still there. i'll hit that spot rain or shine in the mornin

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Originally Posted by LarryCopper
Nothing worse than putting on gloves on a cold morning and they're still wet.

Here's a tip from your uncle Guy. Put truck heat on high, defrost on, and put gloves on dash, and anything else that is wet.... it will be dry in no time. It will dry clothes faster than your dryer at home.
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Originally Posted by Guy
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Nothing worse than putting on gloves on a cold morning and they're still wet.

Here's a tip from your uncle Guy. Put truck heat on high, defrost on, and put gloves on dash, and anything else that is wet.... it will be dry in no time. It will dry clothes faster than your dryer at home.
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its what ive always done since 84 when i first started chasing ducks up

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Nothing worse than putting on gloves on a cold morning and they're still wet.

Here's a tip from your uncle Guy. Put truck heat on high, defrost on, and put gloves on dash, and anything else that is wet.... it will be dry in no time. It will dry clothes faster than your dryer at home.
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its what ive always done since 84 when i first started chasing ducks up


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Hunting in the rain sucks. Hunting in heavy sleet and snow isn't bad. I have had some great hunts in blowing sleet and snow. Guy was with me on one of the ugliest days at Lake X a few years ago. We wore them out. Being wet and cold is a lot more tolerable when the ducks are falling out of the sky.

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