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Re: NY Waterfowling

Postby centershots » Wed Dec 21, 2016 1:20 am

Great photos... Love those PPs, I do a lot with Bob, great line of dogs. Congrats on the awesome hunting in your area and the nice dogs to go with it. :-)
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Re: NY Waterfowling

Postby RowdyGSP » Sun Dec 25, 2016 1:17 pm

Man that gets my blood pumping. Good stuff, thanks for sharing.
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Re: NY Waterfowling

Postby LongHammer » Mon Dec 26, 2016 11:43 pm

Deacon wrote:
You have a table full of trophies there.


We shoot so many wood ducks and mallards that we take them, and their beauty, for granted. Again the grass is always greener. I see the pictures from Mr. Schwartz and those pintails and dream of seeing birds like that. In Arizona you have Cinnamon Teal, which is a bucket list item for me.

I think the one duck which people on the east coast really overlook as a trophy is the black duck. I think they are spectacular.

1st black.JPG


The blue on that duck looks like it needs batteries. We have seen a few pintail in the last couple of weeks but they are very well educated. My partner got 3 cinnamon in 1 day last year. Seems we all want what we can't easily get. That explains all the hunting.
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Re: NY Waterfowling

Postby LongHammer » Mon Dec 26, 2016 11:43 pm

Deacon wrote:
You have a table full of trophies there.


We shoot so many wood ducks and mallards that we take them, and their beauty, for granted. Again the grass is always greener. I see the pictures from Mr. Schwartz and those pintails and dream of seeing birds like that. In Arizona you have Cinnamon Teal, which is a bucket list item for me.

I think the one duck which people on the east coast really overlook as a trophy is the black duck. I think they are spectacular.

1st black.JPG


The blue on that duck looks like it needs batteries. We have seen a few pintail in the last couple of weeks but they are very well educated. My partner got 3 cinnamon in 1 day last year. Seems we all want what we can't easily get. That explains all the hunting.
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