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Old 10-25-2013, 07:56 PM   #161
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Don't know how Tyler did, my cousins got limits.
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Typical war zone for the first hour. We didnt get on so hunted our blinds down on Alcott Rd. Numbers seem a bit low and several areas have yet to be flooded. We shot some decent birds on Saturday but had a ressie Sunday and did much better with quality ducks. I have a ressie tomorrow as well so I'll be heading that way in a few hours and taking my pup out for her first time. I elected to leave her home for opener because its so chaotic at times.

Hows the quack smackin going up north?
nice ya my buddy brad shot his limit of birds too. Look for a sliver fj with a black vinyl roof wrap with a icon lift and demello plate bumper, that's him. And it's been going ok ill be going out on sun and mon. I've been hearing that there are some snows flying around like 44 min out of town so I'm gana gomandn try and find them. But the mallards are flying. I need to get my boat up and running so I can hunt the bays easier. Its been hard to find time because work has been so crazy. We have had 3 helos down for heavy maintenance at one time, when we usually only have 1.

What does your pop up look like? Is it outfitted with pelfrey goodies?
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Old 10-26-2013, 04:24 PM   #162
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Saw your buddy last weekend. Nice FJ, caught my eye. Love those Demellos on the FJ's

Today was absolutely fuct, shitty pick, U-14 looks like a moonscape and there is absolutely no feed to speak of and only 4-6" of water. It used to be great but it's gonna be a few years til it's decent again.
Damn near ruined my pup, everything was a sky high pass shoot. Every time a group got close a shot went off somewhere and flaired em. First day duck hunting in both me and my dads life we didn't get a single bird. Hit a few hard and couldn't drop em. After a dozen or so shots my pup started to get super gun shy. She's been around shots training but always had the reward. Today was just a bunch of noise and no reward. She literally was twitching and cowering when shots went off and stopped wagging her tail for the first time ever. I have it some work to do to get her back in track and hope I didn't ruin her. Total disappointment, couldn't have picked a worse day for her first real hunt. The old springer is gonna have to go a few more times til I get her back in track.

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Old 10-26-2013, 06:50 PM   #163
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I don't frequent this forum that often but I did catch your build. You have built a very useful truck and looks like you build some nice product. Your swing away is made of all tube, that is the way they should be made in my mind.
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Old 10-26-2013, 09:44 PM   #164
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Ya we used to whack over in the U s thats where all the honey pot holes used to be.

Oh and he is stationed in sd too. He lives down by the airport kinda
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Old 10-28-2013, 08:06 AM   #165
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Old 10-29-2013, 06:18 PM   #166
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Well, learned something today. Snorkels are great for dusty roads, deep mud and water crossings. They are not good for car washes. Was hoping I would get away with it but the snorkel head got ripped off as soon as the rotating brush thingie touched it. Oops
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Old 10-29-2013, 06:23 PM   #167
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Ouch! Break off at the top or the fender?

Edit:i snorkel head, got it. Thats a bummer man!
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Old 10-29-2013, 06:25 PM   #168
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Just the ram on top, easy fix. Hopefully can order seperate
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Old 10-29-2013, 07:28 PM   #169
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You didn't get it back or did it break?
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Old 10-29-2013, 08:16 PM   #170
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Broke it in about 6 pieces but gathered em up and super glued it for now.
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Old 10-30-2013, 08:36 AM   #171
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Old 10-30-2013, 12:34 PM   #174
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Well, learned something today. Snorkels are great for dusty roads, deep mud and water crossings. They are not good for car washes. Was hoping I would get away with it but the snorkel head got ripped off as soon as the rotating brush thingie touched it. Oops
Noted. Fudge!
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Well, learned something today. Snorkels are great for dusty roads, deep mud and water crossings. They are not good for car washes. Was hoping I would get away with it but the snorkel head got ripped off as soon as the rotating brush thingie touched it. Oops
The scariest part about this, is that you let brushes touch the truck paint
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The scariest part about this, is that you let brushes touch the truck paint
Ha, sounds like you have dark paint syndrome.
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Ha, sounds like you have dark paint syndrome.
That I do
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Added new custom Katskinz leather last weekend, super happy with the results.

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