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  1. IAW Bar & Grill
    MY PRIVATE PART DIED An old man, Mr.. Wallace, was living in a nursing home. One day he appeared to be very sad and depressed. Nurse Tracy asked him if there was anything wrong. 'Yes, Nurse Tracy,' said Mr. Wallace. 'My Private Part died today, and I am very sad..' Knowing her...
  2. The Lodge
    Got a little bored, so I thought I would share a few more hunting photos from this year! Hope you all enjoy!
  3. Waterfowl Q & A So early I asked where do our birds migrate from, now I have new questions. What do we look for in weather patterns from SD per say? Do birds fly only before large cold fronts pass/during/or after. How long do most migration days last? One day...
  4. Gun Rack
    I lost the bead(sight) to my Berreta A390 Silver Mallard out snowgoose hunting. Anyone know where I could find one? Websites to check? I figured my local Scheels would have one and they don't. (Suprise Suprise) Need before 2nd turkey season. I may just have to call Berreta direct, if you guys...
  5. Decoy Forum
    These showed up last thursday. I have part of them now. Still going to get another dz. full body honkers, a couple dz. snows/blues and two doz. mallard floaters.
  6. Waterfowl Calls & Calling Forum
    someone on here posted about wishing they had a sound proof room to practice calling...i actually do, my landlord built it when he lived here to practice its filled with guitars and goose calls...those who wonder why my screen name is altrocker...heres why!
  7. Decoy Forum
    Tom Matus has been woodsculpting for almost a quarter of a century. One of the premiere decoy carvers in the country, Tom holds national status in the field. Here, he demonstrates how to carve a mallard drake decoy. From selecting and drawing a pattern to transferring and cutting with a band saw...
  8. Decoy Forum
    In this episode of DIY's Woodsculpting Workshop, carver Tom Matus creates a duck decoy from cedar that is both beautiful and functional as an actual hunting decoy. In this segment, Tom carves the details on the body of the duck and paints on the colorful plumage using acrylic paints and...
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