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Old 09-04-2014, 12:08 PM   #27
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Better wear our helmets this weekend. There will be plenty of farm boys shooting heavier loads.
I bet there are more farmers that have done great things for the sport of hunting and conservation of land, etc.. Than the town folk, which sounds as if you are apart of? Or does my generalization offend you?

er arent we's farmers smert enuf ta shoota gun at some feathery flyers out da skys witot hittin sum'un?
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There are 4 boats already parked at otter creek. I bet they know something...
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Otter Creek?? Everybody knows that Hawkeye is where it is going to be the going down. Get some Metro Goose's, water swat some high headed teal, and throw the pokie hopie at some dubs with steel ducks loads.

A perfect Tri-Fecta!!
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I bet there are more farmers that have done great things for the sport of hunting and conservation of land, etc.. Than the town folk, which sounds as if you are apart of? Or does my generalization offend you?

er arent we's farmers smert enuf ta shoota gun at some feathery flyers out da skys witot hittin sum'un?
You are correct! It is those damned city folks draining all the wetlands and they are probably also responsible for destroying almost every bit of native prairie! Thank God we have the farmers out there doing great things for conservation! &
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Otter Creek?? Everybody knows that Hawkeye is where it is going to be the going down. Get some Metro Goose's, water swat some high headed teal, and throw the pokie hopie at some dubs with steel ducks loads.

A perfect Tri-Fecta!!
Set yourself up across from the bar and watch the kini's roll on bye for the lul entertainment.

You know how that Camo face paint make them girls just go CRAZY!!
I just got word that the majority of the teal population is jumping between Red Rock, Otter Creek, Big Marsh, and Hawkeye.
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You are correct! It is those damned city folks draining all the wetlands and they are probably also responsible for destroying almost every bit of native prairie! Thank God we have the farmers out there doing great things for conservation! &
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I just got word that the majority of the teal population is jumping between Red Rock, Otter Creek, Big Marsh, and Hawkeye.
Don't forget Green Island. There's a crazy amount of teal up there.
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Who's nuts will sweat the most this weekend? Gonna be a epic teal push. Blow the horn!

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You are correct! It is those damned city folks draining all the wetlands and they are probably also responsible for destroying almost every bit of native prairie! Thank God we have the farmers out there doing great things for conservation! &
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I'm sure all of the asphalt and concrete absorb water like farm land
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Riverton is loaded with teal this year. There is a pretty decent flock of cinnamon teal making there rounds out there this year.
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Riverton is loaded with teal this year. There is a pretty decent flock of cinnamon teal making there rounds out there this year.
Last year thats all we shot opening day out there 18 fully plumed drake cinnamons.
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As I walk outside today I can hardly believe that we'll be able to shoot teal in less than 48 hours. It's hot as hell out. I can't wait for that first 20 degree morning to chase the early hunters out of the marsh for the year.
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