Discussion in 'Sportsman's Paradise' started by lsutiga, Oct 20, 2011.
I'd still like to hear about it.....
We wore white parkas and layed in the spread also. And I definitely cover my face with a camo mask, wether I'm duck hunting or goose hunting. you're right, it sticks out. i even bring a few bandanas in my ammo bag in case a newbie shows up without proper face camo.
Friend flew over a lake that was a big duck hunting club and said it was astonishing how much the face stood out in contrast to everything else.
I wear a cover while squirrel hunting too. When you see another hunter in the woods, it usually the face that catches your attn.
I have a camo "net" type cover. It is a skull cap with netting attached all the way around. It's not too hot, camos me well, and keeps the mosquitoes at bay.
i always find it entertaining when that 1 guy is in the blind with no face nor hand camo, hollers when birds are trying to come in, and points at them; then when they flare said person looks at everyone else and asks why the birds are flaring....
Well on thanksgiving, "we" killed some teals, mallards (greenheads), grays ducks and some geese, mostly those brown ones.
I normally don't hunt before thanksgiving....too many cotton mouths.
I thought you were used to hangovers.
What did you kill..besides time.
I am a well conditioned drinker especially during the silly season, I've also learned it's apparently a pride thing to actually be able to get up and go hunting after a night of boozing, which I did with vigor Thursday. However, when that gun goes off I want to crawl into a corner.......I straight up killed a gray duck and a mallard, no question about it, one shot one kill is my motto. Oh and I bruised my bicep.
Nice. Was just a joke in reference to cotton mouth.
I got it, "well conditioned" go straight thru and avoid the hours of cotton mouthedness.
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