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MDash2
On 12/2/2017 at 7:50 PM, Kemo Sabe said:

Interesting bird. Appears to be a Mallard - Pintail cross.

 

Crosses like this count as an “other” on your strap.

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Interesting bird. Tell us about that gun? 

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Kemo Sabe

That’s a custom Galazon  A-10 All American 20/28 gauge two 30” barrel set. It belongs to a friend of mine who’s in my duck club that lives in both California and Wyoming. He hunts ducks, geese, pheasants, chuckers, huns, quail, dove, and just about anything else that flies between the two states. He gets to hunt on some very nice properties.

 

He owns many fine guns, but for the last two seasons, he’s used mostly this one for everything. He’s 78 years old, wealthy, and it really doesn’t matter to him to take a gun like that into a marsh.

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MDash2

Certainly not the usual marsh gun. Must be nice to have that kind of hunting lifestyle. I bet he has a lot of great stories to tell in the blind during those slow times of the day. 

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Kemo Sabe

He’s not much of a story teller about his hunting exploites. While he does talk about them, it’s usually pretty brief. Rather, he likes to talk about the day he’s in and what he’s doing. Or what’s going on with family. Or guns and ballistics as he rolls most of his own loads and uses a lot of HeviShot.

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dogrunner

Nephews first duck hunt and duck. 

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Irishwhistler

Kerry and Kemo.

I love both o' those sprig photo's. 👍

 

Mike🍀

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Irishwhistler

"MULTITASKING"

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HR UH TTF CRAIGHORN KIFFIN TRAD SH - Call name "TRAD"

 

TRAD demonstrating a firm hold of this hen woody as he is marking other ducks circling overhead.   TRAD typifies a retriever that has been thoroughly and competently Force Fetch conditioned, the retrieve not being completed until delivered to hand on the command "GIVE".

 

Cheers,

THE DOG WHISTLER 🍀🇺🇸🇮🇪

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Irishwhistler

"SCENES FROM THE GOOSE FIELDS"

 

 

"SETTING UP"

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"THE PIT"

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"TRAD - EVER WATCHFUL"

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"TRAD - TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS"

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Irishwhistler

 

 

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Irishwhistler

"COLD DUCK"

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Irishwhistler 🍀

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Treerooster

That's the kind d of stuff my wife has an eye for. Something I would have never thought would make a good picture...until I learned it from my wife. 

 

Sometimes she comes along with me on a hunt with her camera. She would often stop and make me wait while she was photographing something and I would just roll my eyes at the delay. Then I saw her pics and was like "Wow, that's really cool".

 

You got an eye...mate. ;)

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Irishwhistler
36 minutes ago, Treerooster said:

That's the kind d of stuff my wife has an eye for. Something I would have never thought would make a good picture...until I learned it from my wife. 

 

Sometimes she comes along with me on a hunt with her camera. She would often stop and make me wait while she was photographing something and I would just roll my eyes at the delay. Then I saw her pics and was like "Wow, that's really cool".

 

You got an eye...mate. ;)

 

Treerooster,

Go raibh maith agat.

 

Slainte',

Mikey 🍀🇺🇸🇮🇪

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dogrunner

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gaberdeen

Got out for a nice late season hunt while it was snowing this morning.

 

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