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Saturday Timber Hunt #7404162 01/14/19 04:25 PM
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With ducks now being almost nonexistent on the coast I made a trip back north Saturday to the timber hole I found a month ago. It may not have been a fast and furious limit, hell it was only one bird, but it was my most fulfilling hunt of the season. Retta and I managed to bag our first mallard of the season, a big beautiful mature drake that knew he was headed to that hole. He joined the two woodies I shot there a month ago for my first attempt at duck a l'orange using my new sous vide cooker. They came out as one of the best duck meals I've ever had. Here's to hoping I can bag another mallard or two before the season ends and best of luck to all!
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Re: Saturday Timber Hunt [Re: takemking] #7404168 01/14/19 04:30 PM
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Looks like a good meal


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Man thats great! Nice work on the sous vide. Looks like a good timber hole too!


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lorange and sous vide

Thats 4 french words in one sentence.
Im impressed up


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Re: Saturday Timber Hunt [Re: takemking] #7405104 01/15/19 02:29 PM
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Mais oui! Good looking Chessie, Mallard and dinner! Well done.


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Looks like a good meal


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


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Looks like a good meal



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Re: Saturday Timber Hunt [Re: Ol_Yeller] #7405318 01/15/19 05:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Ol_Yeller
Mais oui! Good looking Chessie, Mallard and dinner! Well done.


Thank you much! She's actually a fox red lab. Beautiful dog and boy does she love to get ducks!

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Sous vide is the way to go. Hardly ever cook them any different anymore.

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