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This is my first season duck hunting since I was in my twenties. Im 35 now and this has been the best season I have ever had. Its amazing how things change as you get older. When I hunted before, I gauged my good hunts on a head count. This season I have killed four ducks and probably been hunting 8 or 10 mornings. This year I have met some new guys, made some new buddies, seen sunrises in the timber, and shooting stars through the timber that I have never seen till this year. Things like that to me when I was younger didnt mean anything. I sat in a hole in Rainey Brake Wednesday morning with a good friend watchin the shooting stars and had a hoot owl fly and lite in a tree right by me and begin to hoot. The moon was shineing in the water and could hear ducks in the woods and thought, you know sometimes God just shows out.



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This is my first season duck hunting since I was in my twenties. Im 35 now and this has been the best season I have ever had. Its amazing how things change as you get older. When I hunted before, I gauged my good hunts on a head count. This season I have killed four ducks and probably been hunting 8 or 10 mornings. This year I have met some new guys, made some new buddies, seen sunrises in the timber, and shooting stars through the timber that I have never seen till this year. Things like that to me when I was younger didnt mean anything. I sat in a hole in Rainey Brake Wednesday morning with a good friend watchin the shooting stars and had a hoot owl fly and lite in a tree right by me and begin to hoot. The moon was shineing in the water and could hear ducks in the woods and thought, you know sometimes God just shows out.


Merry Christmas fellow members and staff. Thanks for listening to all the good and bad we bring.
Enjoyed reading your post! God is good!
 

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Yes he does my friend. The great thing about the wilderness is that everything is real. You don't have the worries about everyday life and mans creations that have brought burdens galore.
The only bad part is when it's time to roll out and ya get back in the truck and realize that your low on gas and it's still 3 bucks a gallon.


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By far the best thread I've ever read on any forum right here! Glad we still have people that see the world that god works his butt off to present us with. I camped out at the Y right before lower 2 weekends ago n hunted 5 mornins in a row and didn't kill a single duck. Yeah I was upset I didn't kill any at all but I need experience big time and wanna learn how to do it on my own rather than goin with my buddies that have been doin it ai ce they was kids and also have their dads to call for them also. In those 5 days I camped/hunted I spent time with few good buddies and even my Lil cousin got to stay when with me and I was proud of that because his dad really discipline him at all n his mom won't hardly let him do anything. Things like that and seein the shooting stars, seein groups on 40 or so circle us jus to get spooked off by one gun shot, and also jus sittin on the backside of hallowell jus listening and learning. It's a shame ppl get so mad at all the Lil things in life that don't even mount to anything. Very thankful for the way my parents raised me and the world I live in.
 

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I never kill very many ducks when i take my little boy cause he wants to blow his own calls, I dont care though! Quality time and him learning is more fun. Wish more people understood that and didnt takeduck hunting iso seriously.
 
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