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While working on the Jeeps last night I made up my mind that I was going to hunt this morning and I managed to get a newbie out with me as well. We got to the blind around 6:30 and set the decoys (mixture of 10 mallards, 4 blue bills and 6 buffies and 2 qwiver butts). Would you believe 10 minutes after legal shoot time the Woodies stop by. Thats right, had a drake and hen drop right into the middle of the spread. I exlained to my newbie friend that this was rare for this lake (large inland lake in the Muskegon area) and that we needed to see if we could swat them. I gave him first shot and as newbie luck would have it, he dropped them both. First shot was a water swat taking out the drake and the follow-up was clean and direct on the hen. Who would have thought 3 weeks into November we would still have Woodies in the area.... especially on a large inland lake.
 

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Cool...bet they looked nice. They've been hanging around later it seems.
I had a very confued GWT land in my layout spread yesterday 1 mile out on Erie.:confused: He's goin on the wall for sure.:D
 
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