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baitco, this sounded like a great topic to me. what's your favorite outdoor sound? mine is the red wing black birds when they finally come back in the spring.(that and crappies flopping on the ice) smile.gif
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The sound of a loon on a mist filled morning on the lake.

That and someone saying FLAG UP grin.gif

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The sound of a big bass or Northern splashing across the surface for a flying insect; or the sound of bluegills smacking at bugs on top of the water

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Screaming fish!! LOL!

I like the sound of water running over rocks and the ocean too!

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Frosty tall grass hitting my shins at 4:30 Am In the middle of November.

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I like the sound of my ol pull- start outboard motor running after trying to get it going for 10 minutes! wink.gif

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hey there slayer. give me a call-218-259-5229
just thought of another one-- the definate snap of a branch that is large enough to have been broken only by a large bodied animal, and to peek ever so cautiously over your shoulder to confirm that it indeed was a nice buck!

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The deep uteral tending grunt of an adult whitetail buck. Especially as he trails a doe in my direction.

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The sound of a flock of Divers slamming on the air-breaks on a quiet, foggy, early November morning.

Oh yes, and fish screaming!!!

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The sound of dropping 2 shells in the chambers of a double barrel shotgun.

The closing sound of a double barrel shotgun.

The sound of my drag going out on my ice reel when I got a 13" perch on.

Favorite...The sound of my hound dog chasing a rabbit on a clear frosty morning.

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Very early in the morning, the sound of a small outboard running across a lake in the distance...

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The sound of ducks flying mach 1, quickly dropping altitude over my head in the duck blind (and the sound of my gun when they turn and come in for a landing)!

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Sitting along the shoreline in the spring listening to the ducks and geese in the background as the last of the ice is slushing around and crunching in front of me sounding like a big mixed drink!!

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I'm a shotgun slug hunter and Ihave only heard it twice, But its that quick thud you hear milli seconds after I pull the trigger.

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The sound an arrow makes when it finds it's mark!

Or, The sound of a muskie attacking a surface lure....

or, the sound a grouse makes as you nearly step on it...

or, the whistling sound of ducks cupped wings as the buzz your head at mach1...and the laughter that follows from not being able to get a shot off!

or....darn this is tough! So many great sounds!

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As the sun sets and the walleyes start to bite.... the sound of that first cracked can of ice cold beer!! Or the sound in the morning on your way to your deer stand as you stop and listen is that another hunter on my private land or is it a .......?

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I like the sound of my 68 Camaro with my foot to the floor!
How about the sound of a beaver slapping it's tail to warn of your intrusion.
The sound of the drag getting a workout has to be my favorite.
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