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Old 03-11-2014, 10:23 AM   #131
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I agree... just seems akward to park the car, walk in the woods for a while and then say "this looks like a good spot".
I guess you have never done it so that would be why you dont get it.

When I was younger I had a great spot in a state park. Nice flat-ish curvish rock over looking the lake with timber all around it. Pretty sweet spot that worked many of times. Plus the fishing was decent around that spot also. The only bad thing was a hiking trail not to far from the rock.
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Old 03-11-2014, 10:30 AM   #132
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lol JJ...

Guess I always opted for the blowup in the truck bed on a country road.
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lol JJ...

Guess I always opted for the blowup in the truck bed on a country road.
Bed, not doll
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You caught yourself quick there haha.
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Old 03-12-2014, 01:41 PM   #135
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While I wasn't along for this hunt, a buddy of mine pissed in his waders when he was stuck in the mud.......then proceded to do so again since they were already wet.
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Old 08-31-2014, 04:55 PM   #136
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Old 09-01-2014, 09:18 PM   #137
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I agree... just seems akward to park the car, walk in the woods for a while and then say "this looks like a good spot".
I would never walk into the woods for less than a minutes worth of work.
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Old 09-01-2014, 09:26 PM   #138
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I would never walk into the woods for less than a minutes worth of work.
I always took them out in the woods so no one would hear them screaming "No!!!!!"
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I always took them out in the woods so no one would hear them screaming "No!!!!!"
I didn't know they could still scream after you rufied them.
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Old 09-25-2014, 10:30 AM   #140
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This didn't personally happen to me but my boss tells this story so well. Yes it's another poop story.

It was back in the good ole' days when the lake we hunt on was solid weeds more like a marsh. He had a buddy come over and stay at his cabin that he has on the lake, his buddy decided to get into the sauce the night before. All they had was 14ft wooden boat with no motor so after about a hour of pulling the boat through the weeds in the morning his buddy looks at him and says "I have to shit and I mean I have to shit right now!" He looked at his buddy and said I'm not turning around now we are way too far out. They are about to their spot so the guy pulls down his waders and projectile diarrhea everywhere. His buddy says what am I going to wipe with? My boss tells him to use his gloves, turns out he was wearing the gloves with the grip nobs on them. My boss lost it, so his buddy turned the gloves inside out and they pulled up wind about 30 yards or so. Well later that morning it turns out that two guys from his home town show up and ask if they are having any luck, the two guys were late getting out because they got drunk the night before (one guy was so hung over he was laying on the front of the boat in the fetal position). He tells them to pull into that spot and they would shoot some ducks (the exact spot the guy sh**). Once they get pulled in the guy on the front picks his head up slobber running down his cheek and yells "Get me the hell out of here!" Needless to say they never came back to that spot.
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Old 09-25-2014, 12:50 PM   #141
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Had a buddy that had to take a crap right at shooting time, he climes out of the boat found a patch of dry ish ground did his business and before he got his pants up he shot a bird and it came sailing in and landed right in his steaming pile....
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