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Discussion in 'MichiganWaterfowl.com' started by adam bomb, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. Bmac

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    If you are looking at light weight decoys check the White Rocks. I can't vouch for long term durability as I have only used mine this past season but they still look great.

    Also, I may be selling a couple of Zinger Wingers, 1 year old and have Dogtra electronics for them as well. I just am not using them as much as I expected. Let me know if you are interested.
     
  2. adam bomb

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    That’s kinda what I was thinking Marc. Just run the grass tall and bend it over as needed. When I hunt northern michigan we always have oat fields that are a bear to hide in because they’re cut so short. I’m hoping this will do the trick. Thx for your input, I appreciate it.
     
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  3. jabelism

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    You have too much stuff! Lol
     
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  4. Far Beyond Driven

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    No such thing possible. Just garages, barns, and SUV's that are too small.

    I know you run top line stuff, but any chance to upgrade some gear and flip the old stuff, just not at the prices your wife posted?
     
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  5. Hunters Edge

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  6. jwinks

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    Buy Dakota mallard floaters,(cause they are the best) donate them to DU banquet for raffle. You clearly don’t need anything.
     
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    I would buy more Cedar blocks to carve more decoys for my rig. CB
     
  8. adam bomb

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    Yea, I’d buy the stuff back at her prices!!! They’re all new in the last 3 years too. Sold the whole duck rig and started fresh. At least she wants to keep the dog...
     
  9. Dang your garage is pretty clean, mine hasn't been that clean in.....well, never....maybe get a new call?....or ammo?
     
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  10. Outdoor Gal

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    Coot decoys. Lol.


    Personally, I'd burn it up on a dog stand and bumpers (cause you can never have enough).



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  11. jwinks

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    I bet you don’t have any Eurasian wigeon decoys
     
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  12. Far Beyond Driven

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    That was a fun thread. Having culled my spread, she's onto firewood. I cut two face cords and some bundles yesterday, hauled it out of the swamp via jet sled through a ditch and to a corn field to get it to where I could access it with the Expedition, then got that stuck. Called the 14 year old to come with the jeep and the tow strap (private land) and she drives a couple circles around me to show her skills and that the Expedition was a poor choice. Then fell and twisted my ankle to the point where I was done in the woods. Stack the wood, take pictures, forward them to the wife.

    She had 75% of it accounted for last night.
     
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  14. mkubiak

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    The Dakota lesser floating geese are nice. We all know what it feels like to lift a bag of 12 goose floaters (Any brand) in and out of a boat and not to mention how much room those take up in a boat.