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Old 12-29-2009, 12:04 PM   #11
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Duck is the one thing my wife doesn't want me to hunt. She really likes ducks and doesn't want me to kill them, geese are OK though. Never been waterfowl hunting but I would like to give it a try. I always thought it looked like fun.

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Duck is the one thing my wife doesn't want me to hunt. She really likes ducks and doesn't want me to kill them, geese are OK though. Never been waterfowl hunting but I would like to give it a try. I always thought it looked like fun.
If you can make it to Arkansas, I'll take you...
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If you can make it to Arkansas, I'll take you...
What does an out of state license cost?
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A 5 day non-resident license is $55

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That's not bad at all. When is the season? Wonder if I could talk to the wife into it....

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I forgot to mention another $22 for your duck stamps. Season is open now through the end of January. I'm on vacation Jan. 4-10 & Jan. 18-24.

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I have 4 (in full flight, and 1 standing, along with a deer mount, hog tusks and an albino squirrel) in my den...I had to mess with you
LOL, den I can understand, try to explain the duck to guest at a formal dinner.. and the duck poop on the credenza is eating the finish.
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LOL, den I can understand, try to explain the duck to guest at a formal dinner.. and the duck poop on the credenza is eating the finish.
Potty training, man. Potty training...do I have to think of everything?
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Potty training, man. Potty training...do I have to think of everything?
You can train a rabbit right? Why not a duck....ducks taste better too.
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I forgot to mention another $22 for your duck stamps. Season is open now through the end of January. I'm on vacation Jan. 4-10 & Jan. 18-24.
aren't duck stamps federal or do you also have to get them per state?
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