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    Hey Fink if the greenheads get too thick just send'em farther south. We open the 23rd. First time I've had water for the opener in a few years

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    When they start showing up, I'll be sure to advise them to head on down to LA. My black dog picked up her first greenheads on Monday morning.. I almost forgot how much I love shooting mallards.
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    Central Flyway update... Been wackin' em pretty hard for a few weeks now. Last weekend saw the first big redlegged mallards of the season and a few divers (one redhead and some buffleheads). Been swatting limits on the reservoirs and waiting for the rivers to heat up once the freeze gets deeper. Can't wait! The pup is stacking up some great experience and becoming a true duck dog!

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ID:	7015Out here in the pacific flyway were still hunting in tshirts. Temps are in the high 70's, and we haven't seen decent rainfall in quite awhile. What water is available is shooting ok, although November is typically a shitty waterfowling month, much better upland weather. Come December, hopefully we get some weather to knock the skeeters out. Here's a pic of my kids in our new honey hole. It's produced a couple dozen mallards, sprig, and a few specks.
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    Been at it for over a month now. We've gotten 3 bands so far. Limited out a few times.

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    Had a really fun hunt yesterday with a good friend. Ended up with full limits of 4 GWT, 7 mallards, and 1 widgeon that I just couldn't pass up. I'm not sure why I waited as long as I did to get a dog. I love hunting over her, she's a machine... Still sky watching after the hunt is over, and the photo session begins.

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    My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives.

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    Nice photos Fink! Looks to be a great spot. Flooded corn? As for the dog, with cover like that it would be an injustice NOT to have a dog.

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    nice strap there Fink
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    Is that a MoMarsh Fatboy DP?

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    It is hard for me to imagine hunting w/o a dog. Had my Lab Molly for 13 1/2 years. She was the best dog I've ever had. Easy to train, good disposition and very intelligent....naturally pointed too. Had to put her down in June. Hardest thing I've had to do in a long time.

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    Had a really fun hunt yesterday with a good friend. Ended up with full limits of 4 GWT, 7 mallards, and 1 widgeon that I just couldn't pass up. I'm not sure why I waited as long as I did to get a dog. I love hunting over her, she's a machine... Still sky watching after the hunt is over, and the photo session begins.

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