I was tempted to do that back in december. I had this group of coots all clustered up feeding on a mud flat, I could have hit four or five with one shot. If I knew how slow the afternoon would be I probably would have. The best we’ve done on ruddies is take out a pair, I can’t imagine the adrenaline rush that would occur if a big group swam in.I tend to wait until they swim by in groups...then when they least expect it..usually while they are sippin on there morning turds..BANG!! Ducks down!
You’re just mad at Tom because he caught you sneaking in to the bbq lunch at the youth hunt. You weren’t even taking any kids hunting, just there for a free meal. ShamefulThis is what happens when Tom adds in additional blinds and let’s shooters per ressie go from 2 to 4. More then doubled the amount of banging then you have morons sluicing coots ruddy ducks etc. No wonder it shoots like garbage
You’re so funny. Don’t quit your day job. God knows you can’t survive off your hunting skillsYou’re just mad at Tom because he caught you sneaking in to the bbq lunch at the youth hunt. You weren’t even taking any kids hunting, just there for a free meal. Shameful
They wouldn’t come in range, I could have shot a pile of seagulls though! We watched thousands fly over the refuge towards Mystic. One of the ponds was loaded with ruddies on the way back, I’ll try to make it out to that one before the season ends. I also saw a pair of swans take off from Mystic, that was pretty awesome, never seen those before. They’re huge birds, even through the binos.not even a coot????