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Anyone tried this for waterfoul #8977039 12/23/23 11:51 AM
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https://youtu.be/kdyyMJL_LXE?si=pQHuR9ABLKYWlTeD

https://youtube.com/shorts/g2at22qKjIs?si=sS1VAVRy11KyQWaT

This is not spam is the easiest way I’ve seen them clean a pheasant just want to know if it will work on ducks and geese

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Re: Anyone tried this for waterfoul [Re: Russellnicklas] #8977123 12/23/23 04:03 PM
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