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#1 OFFLINE   Swampy

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Posted 02/12/18 - 06:47 PM

I write the names of my boys on each of my arrows. Kind of makes me feel like they are up on the tree with me I alternate who is on the “launch pad” every hunt. On this particular afternoon sit the “Danny” arrow found its mark on a nice freezer filler in early October.This spots kinda cool because the farmer leaves me out a canoe to get to the other side of his property and as long as I wash it when I’m done I’m good to go. Even better still is a couple miles down the road another farmer of mine has a giant walk-in cooler my own little deer drop off no matter which farm I hunt. I’ve given a canoe ride to limits of ducks and a few deer at this spot.....

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Edited by Swampy, 02/12/18 - 06:48 PM.

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#2 Male OFFLINE   trapperjake

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Posted 02/12/18 - 08:09 PM

Only limits of ducks get a canoe ride. JK. Good way of bringing a memory into a hunt.

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Posted 02/13/18 - 05:45 AM

Canoes and walk in coolers, you got a nice little set up there Swampy.  How old are your boys?  



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Posted 02/13/18 - 07:52 AM

Canoes and walk in coolers, you got a nice little set up there Swampy.  How old are your boys?


They'll Be 5 in May. They have already been out a few times for sept. Goose. And have been reeling up fluke since they were 3 on the bay. Couple more years and I’ll get them on the water for some easy brant shoots then in a ground blind for deer.
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Posted 02/13/18 - 07:54 AM

They'll Be 5 in May. They have already been out a few times for sept. Goose. And have been reeling up fluke since they were 3 on the bay. Couple more years and I’ll get them on the water for some easy brant shoots then in a ground blind for deer.

 

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Posted 02/13/18 - 10:02 PM

I can see you cant wait till they are out there with you 100% of the time. I am sure you will plant the seed well.
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Posted 02/14/18 - 07:43 AM

That's awesome, have some nice farmer friends there! 

I do the same with my arrows too


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Posted 02/14/18 - 07:48 AM

They'll Be 5 in May. They have already been out a few times for sept. Goose. And have been reeling up fluke since they were 3 on the bay. Couple more years and I’ll get them on the water for some easy brant shoots then in a ground blind for deer.

 

Your most memorable years are still ahead of you Swampy.  There's nothing better than hunting with your kids.   :up:  :up:   


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Posted 02/14/18 - 08:24 AM

I can see you cant wait till they are out there with you 100% of the time. I am sure you will plant the seed well.



Certainly going to try. Every time I come home they love looking at ducks holding them the can ID couple of them(which is a fun game to play) and they love going to drop off deer and walking around the cooler looking at all the deer.
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Posted 02/14/18 - 10:09 AM


Certainly going to try. Every time I come home they love looking at ducks holding them the can ID couple of them(which is a fun game to play) and they love going to drop off deer and walking around the cooler looking at all the deer.

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