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Texas Red

Discussion in 'MichiganWaterfowl.com' started by Retiredducker, Jan 24, 2018.

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  2. DecoySlayer

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    Those late season birds sure are colored out nice.
     
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    That's a Beautttt !
     
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    Very nice


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    yep, that red is popping!
     
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    That’s a Smithsonian quality specimen
     
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    Well done. What a specimen........
     
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    Laguna Madre redheads and pintails are at the very top of my waterfowling bucket list. Long way to go before I retire though ;-)

    Beuatiful bird though RD. Must be something to see them bank into the sun and buzz the tower that far south this time of year.