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    Quote Originally Posted by SaltMuck View Post
    I'd be willing to bet they were sequential. I hunted Hartwell one afternoon and one lucky fella in our group shot a double out of a group, both banded, with sequential band numbers.
    Me and Cellis17 killed 2 out of a group on CH years ago that were close in numbers. Banded in Thompson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fish View Post
    It took me exactly one hour of daylight to figure out what sort of hogwash was going on out there. I reckon some folks enjoy that sort of thing. And its seems pretty clear that all geese deserve to die for eating golf course grass.
    And we traded WILD turkeys for nuisance NY tamie geese. Only in SC...

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    Don't feel bad .We (Ontario) traded Michigan some moose for wild turkeys. I hope it wasn't a one for one deal. Mind you the turkeys have done remarkably well.
    We gave you Corn,you gave us clap,bad trade.

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    I'd trade you the entire lot of turkeys for a herd of meese.

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    30 meese for 150 turkeys was the first go around. Then some river otters and other shit for more turkeys. I reckon we didn't do so good on an even weight deal.
    We gave you Corn,you gave us clap,bad trade.

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    Michiganders must have learned to trade from the Hudson's Bay crowd.

    I'd value one moose at 1,000 damn turkeys.

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