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    Default Oct 14th

    A couple shot this afternoon jump shooting just outside of Fairbanks. I would have shot more mallards but I only had a few shells in the truck. I will get them tommorow. Kind of surprised I shot a widgeon and pintail.

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    NICE!!! I am surprised by the pintail too. They are usually the first to go.
    I have not seen near as many ducks as last year on our section of Badger Slough.
    "It's the journey that's important, with experience and knowledge to be gained along the way, in the company of our faithful dogs and our good friends."
    Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    Default More Ducks!

    We shot 7 more tonight in Fairbanks area. Mostly mallards and a few scoters.

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    I thought I counted a few less on Peger.....

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    I wish I could shoot off Peger. I actually went to a few lakes and ponds that had very little open water. It's amazing how many ducks will hole up in a little open water. They were all late hatch ducks. Very small with very little fat on them. If they dont fatten up or migrate soon some probably wont make it long with the cold temps coming in.

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    Go ahead and tell those ducks to scoot on down here to Anchorage

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