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Nice spooner

Discussion in 'MichiganWaterfowl.com' started by idylmoments, Nov 10, 2017.

  1. idylmoments

    idylmoments

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    And one of the best squaws we've shot. 20171108_112710.jpg
     

  2. Divers Down

    Divers Down

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    Call me crazy but I’d make a trip south just for a prime spoony.
     
  3. ON ICE

    ON ICE

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    So would I, but deep down I'd really be gunning for a stud pintail.
     
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  4. gvsuhockey

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    Nice Spoonie!! I shot one this morning as well!! ImageUploadedByOhub Campfire1510359947.888680.jpg ImageUploadedByOhub Campfire1510359979.410884.jpg
     
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  5. Far Beyond Driven

    Far Beyond Driven

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  6. Duck-Hunter

    Duck-Hunter Staff Member Mods

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    They decoy so well, I don't think they can see with big ol scoop lol. For a few seasons I was hunting Point Mouillee regularly and it got to the point I wasn't shooting them(immature birds). Then I made a trip to fish Point and was covered up in em. Started shooting them on public lakes I grew up hunting. Damn things were following me around I swear.

    Nice long tail also!
     
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  7. craigrh13

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    Good ol’ late season trash ducks!
     
  8. Bo Beaver

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    I've only seen them during teal, I'd like to get a couple smilers too.
     
  9. chemo13

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    Here's one that I shot in January while hunting in AR. Excuse the poor photo quality as bird in storage.
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  10. hankrt

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    You still picking on those old mud hens? :)
     
  11. idylmoments

    idylmoments

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    Once in a while we take some new guys out.
     
  12. AaronJohn

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    I'd love to mount one, mostly cause I don't shoot them and they... don't taste good? Never had one honestly. Or shot one.

    Cool looking bird for sure I'd love to see one up close.
     
  13. walter sniper

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    Man must still be a lot of algae around....
    Late for spooners.