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RumRiverRat

2009 Waterfowl Photos

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You guys had a great weekend. Would have loved to be out there. At least my dekes got some action! I have heard quite a few poor reports from others.

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After I left on Saturday they found 2 dead geese in the yard across the road.

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wow quackaddict. every year you have some great photos. you guys must really do your home work...

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Just makes me realize how much I hate living in the city.

Nice work!!

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Hey Quackaddict9 is that you in the middle of the two top pics?? Anyways i saw him at the state calling, Nice calling!!

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These are cell phone pics, I wish I had my camera........

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Hey Quackaddict9 is that you in the middle of the two top pics?? Anyways i saw him at the state calling, Nice calling!!

Nope that would be Kolton Kilen, State 2-Man champ, 4th in the MN State. Not bad of a caller, has some nice deep murmurs that I just can't get enough of!

thanks for the kind words fellas! More pics/reports to come after the weekend!

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Shot 20 saturday morning there were 4 of us. Here are a couple pics. We were metro hunting.

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Here are pictures from Saturday and Sunday

Saturday 4 man limit- 3 bands

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Sunday 3 man limit

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nice shooting guys and I wish I had that many to clean cause it be a whole lota goose jerky goin on at my house along with brown gravey goose legs Hmmm YUMMY great pics

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Nice shooting guys. Looks like you are putting the smack down on them. Keep it up

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Nice work guys i'm so jealous i can't wait to come home and kill some birds!!!!!!!!!!

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yeahh no kidding what does a guy do with 10 big geese?? i would be happy with 1 bird let alone 20!!

you eat really good grin I'm lucky that my wife and kids love to eat geese and duck it doesnt last very long around my house

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Here are pictures from Saturday and Sunday

Saturday 4 man limit- 3 bands

Sunday 3 man limit

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HAHA save some for some of us more south!! grin Looks like you all had a good time Nice shooting!

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Nice job guys. The homework pays off. And for the people that see law breaking going on you should report it...

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