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  1. #21
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    I am surprised no one has found any dog collars.
    DILLIGAF

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    Lots of turtle in the last one I saw killed

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    Got a buddy that pulled a mottled duck band out of one
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    80-20 Genaration

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    I'm curious about "deer toes"
    similar to chicken fingers, but taste about the same

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    "My resume is the trail of destruction behind me. " Bucky Katt

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    Are there toes underneath the pretty black slippers?

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    Some folks calls them toes, some folks calls them phalanges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    I'm curious about "deer toes"
    You know, itís them carrot tins that make em real tough so they donít get digested

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    Quote Originally Posted by flockbuster View Post
    Someone finally caught him...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hogg View Post
    I am surprised no one has found any dog collars.
    I think BigBrother did a few years ago.

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    Last one I caught was almost 11ft. He had a 2ft gator, must of been breakfast. A white bird , hay wrap, rocks and his teeth. After cleaning that nasty thing and having itís smell linger for days. These day I know what their last meal was, it contains lead.

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    Gator hunting is fun right up till you kill a gator.

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    I had fun clanking arrows offa all parts of said gators. The ones that stuck were certainly less fun.
    I don't need my name in the marquee lights....

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    Your first bowhunt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitro5x6's View Post
    Just as long as little Alex Kintner doesn't fall out onto the dock.......
    I think its "spill;" nice reference regardless.
    I tell you what, from "smoking a pair of big black dicks" to "wanking across the pond"...you have to be very careful when posting about duck hunting from a smartphone!

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    i found everything but the head of about a 6' gator in the belly of a big one we killed. that was the first and last one i busted open. it took 2 weeks to get the smell off my hands
    Quote Originally Posted by M2Field View Post
    So Iím changing my password to something I canít possibly remember and login off permanently. You can have youíre dwindling cool club. The good ones left, and Iím honored to call some of them my friends.

    One thing Iíve learned. I'll be very careful who I hunt with in the future.
    No good deed goes unpunished.

    M2Field Signed Off

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    Nasty nasty critters. Not sure why people actually go through the process of hunting them. Find a property owner with depredation tags and you can have at it.
    I used to hate gators more than I do now, but everything has its place in nature. If it is in your back yard and it bothers you, smoke it.


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