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Offline Delta Duckman

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Old School Duck Hunt Video
« on: January 20, 2020, 09:31:03 AM »
Video is some of the shots over the weekend in southeast Louisiana.  Was not able to get a lot on video due to lack of shots and not getting cameras turned on in time because teal move really quick.  As I state in the video, we traveled to a new area to us trying something different.  Our main leased area that had been so good to us for many years has fizzled out and it was time for a change. 

The new area has had quite a few teal buzzing around that was nice to see.  Sunday there were some decent groups of big ducks around, but none came close enough for us to shoot.  The cover we had probably had a lot to do with that but then we were expecting teal which donít require much cover.

In the new spot we canít get to the ponds in a boat rather have to drag pirogue to put out decoys and pick up ducks which we will do if we can shoot ducks.  We shot 3 teal Saturday and 4 teal Sunday.
The duck season for 2019-2020 is over and for the first time ever I did not limit out on ducks any hunt this year.  Despite the lack of ducks, we always have a good time in the outdoors and enjoy the camp life.

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Re: Old School Duck Hunt Video
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2020, 05:52:55 PM »
That guy on the left had me cringing as he was set back from the two on the right and swinging in their direction.  Only looked like he pulled off when ran across the back of another hunter with his bead.   :o
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Re: Old School Duck Hunt Video
« Reply #2 on: January 31, 2020, 07:14:27 AM »
Looked like he had a decent high port to me. I understand if he had of shot before they flared but from the angle it looked like he high ported his weapon then shouldered it after they passed the other shooters... That being said if I didnít know the shooter I wouldnít put them behind me like that.

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Re: Old School Duck Hunt Video
« Reply #3 on: February 04, 2020, 01:40:59 PM »
The guy on the left is a safe hunter, he might cut it a little close sometimes but I guess the difference is he knows what he is doing and is a real good duck hunter.  I would hunt with him more than any of the other guys I bring out there who are sketchy sometimes and are not good hunters.     


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