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Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by longspurs, Jan 10, 2018.
We all now that was Bono lake
Wrong wrong wrong. This was taken on legendary Lake Manigottapee.
They say there's a hell of a blind down there
This is every day where i hunt.
Its Bollie pond I swear
man that was supposed to be a secret!!
Could also have come from behind the Wal-Mart in Wynne.
I grew up hunting the deep cypress swamps in south Louisiana. We started duck hunting in the mid 1970’s and it was not unusual to see them that thick in regular roosting areas. Those spots were way back in the swamp. Sometimes, we would slip back there in the afternoon and wait until the last 30 minutes of the evening. You would have to shoot ducks in self defense ‘cause they were coming down like rain. Back then, Hyacinth slowly was taking over the swamps. And by the early ‘80’s, those days were history.
We call that roosting em...
Y'all are all wrong. I recorded that video last time I put my boat in Government Cypress.
We probably did too. It’s been so long ago I don’t remember. The last time I duck hunted was the 1981-82 season.
Why weren't they shooting?
They already had limitz #stackem
No need to they just grabbed their limits as they went by.
All you need is a dipnet and a paddle. The net for scooping up ducks and the paddle for smacking the guy videoing...
Check em first for jewelry
That's why you catch them instead of shooting them.You catch the ones with jewelry and release the ones that don't.Then they don't count towards your limit.Limit of bling boys