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Some birds

Postby Lefty » 03 20, 2022 •  [Post 1]

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While driving out to South Dakota a old trapping buddys name popped up on a face book.we trapped for a few days long ago. 1983.

A few days later.
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Re: Some birds

Postby 7mmfan » 03 21, 2022 •  [Post 2]

Very nice, looks like a good haul.
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Re: Some birds

Postby Lefty » 03 21, 2022 •  [Post 3]

Snow geese are so unlike Canada goose and duck hunting. We don't even know how many geese we're taken.
Right now im watching 1000 ducks burn the adjoining corn field.
One day I watched, 100s of thousands of geese migrating, at any one moment, for an hour and 20 minutes there were 10,000 geese in every direction
A times the outfitters spreads we often
20 to 50 rounds.


Maybe one of the most enjoyable misses of my life.

Sometimes more intense than a screaming bull at 75 yards.
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