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    This one got a free pass

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    duckhunting stands alone as an outdoor discipline. It has a tang and spirit shared by no other sporta philosophy compounded of sleet, the winnow of unseen wings, and the reeks of marsh mud and wet wool. No other sport has so many theories, legends, casehardened disciples and treasured memories.
    --John Madson, The Mallard, 1960

    "Never trust a duck hunter who cares more about his success than his dog's."

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    why the hell do you think god made Satin a snake in the garden of eden??
    Seeing these soulless vanilla ice lookin Yankees on a bassboat is worse than watching a woman get her implants taken out. It's just wrong. Get back in your Lund and go back to infisherman.

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    Why?

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    I don't give em the pass any longer. I am 6'4 ish, this one had lost a big chunk of tail.



    Genesis 9;2

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    Quote Originally Posted by coonsqualler01 View Post
    Ever wonder how many we step over or sit next to during turkey season? Guessing way more than we would ever imagine.
    My foot was just over his back when I saw him. During turkey season Im often following little sloughs like this one.

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    "Rivers and the inhabitants of the watery elements are for wise men to contemplate and for fools to pass by without consideration" -Izaak Walton

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    And that's why I don't turkey hunt

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBrother View Post
    My foot was just over his back when I saw him. During turkey season Im often following little sloughs like this one.

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    I've made it a habit to not look. I'd rather not know. When I go to sit down I take a quick glance. When I'm walking I pay no attention

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    duckhunting stands alone as an outdoor discipline. It has a tang and spirit shared by no other sporta philosophy compounded of sleet, the winnow of unseen wings, and the reeks of marsh mud and wet wool. No other sport has so many theories, legends, casehardened disciples and treasured memories.
    --John Madson, The Mallard, 1960

    "Never trust a duck hunter who cares more about his success than his dog's."

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    Ive been walking in the woods my entire life and never had one that I saw even act like he wanted to bite me. Lord knows how many I walked over and never saw. I stepped six inches from this ones head and he just eased over towards a tree and curled up.

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    I been in a swamp with Big Brother and he definitely ain't scared of a snakey place.
    i bout pissed my pants 20 times just following him. He saw one crawl under a wood pile
    in the swamp and got on his hands and knees looking for it. I shit you not
    Dude is like Crocodile Dundee in the wet woods.

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    Some of you all would never get in the ocean again if you knew how many sharks were within 5 feet of you.
    DILLIGAF

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    Quote Originally Posted by trkykilr View Post
    Does nobody else whack snakes across the back with a stick?
    This is my normal method if I don't have a bush axe right close by

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hogg View Post
    Some of you all would never get in the ocean again if you knew how many sharks were within 5 feet of you.
    I caught one in the surf at Folly one day and I kid you not, a lady and her husband walked by and said, "we didn't know they came in that shallow."
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    Quote Originally Posted by trkykilr View Post
    Does nobody else whack snakes across the back with a stick?
    The only proper way to wack one!!
    you aint did a dawg gon thang until ya STAND UP IN IT!- Theodis Ealey


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    The older I get, the more anal retentive I get.

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    Killed another one close to the house this evening.






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    Good one
    Quote Originally Posted by Chessbay View Post
    Literally translated to, "I smell like Scotch and Kodiak".
    "Let us cross over the river, and rest under the shade of the trees"- Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson

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    Heckuva thread revival!

    Good killin

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    Found a cut off 22 rattles and a button while moving furniture in Adams Run. Right next to one of the Great Seals of the Confederacy. Timber? EDB? We will never know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Reb View Post
    Only thing I was afraid of was my young children crossing paths with it in my yard.


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    amen
    your girls are way cuter than a snake.
    Good killin.
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    I had one mounted that had 21 and a button. I had a breakin at my office and that's the only thing they stole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBrother View Post
    My foot was just over his back when I saw him. During turkey season I’m often following little sloughs like this one.

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    You ever had one strike at you?
    - "My dad used to tell me that nothing good happens when you take your AR to an out of town riot. Or maybe it was that nothing good happens after 1:00 in the morning. I can't remember any more." - Wob

    - "Any thought of romance went out the window when I saw the Ohio plates" - Squirrel Master

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