|Look into his eyes, Rabid prepares my steak and he's contemplating sprinkling flour on it.|
The Saturday opener left us planning for just an overnight at Rabid's house
A ghillie suit in a rain storm equals sponge
DuckPower has awarded a bid to a potential pledge
A lot of gluten free snacks just aren't worth the price
Thunder and lightning wasn't a deterrent to legal shooting as we counted the seconds between the flash and boom
Hevi-Steel in #6 just might become my non-seaduck round of choice
I'm hoping that I don't get Lyme disease, TICK got me!!!
Our opening day was quite an impressive effort. Rabid's preparation and scouting in conjunction with (how shall I say this) uh, rock solid shooting proved to be a perfect blend in the midst of a rainy morning.
Rabid shouldn't have much dirt on me other than I left my gear bag behind for an ambush at daylight and needed to borrow a few shells until I darted back to the trail for my essentials. If he even thinks that something could be skewed then I will certainly bounce his skinny ass out of DuckPower and seek more accommodating hunting partners.
Here's a few photos of the day... I will not do an official write up until I browse the misguided words of the Maine Outdoorsman.
Have a great day,
The Downeast Duck Hunter
|These are pretty good for the Gluten Free Guide, as for other stuff ugghhhh!!!|
|Ben Franklin setting up the lightning rod, we did wait 30 minutes after the last flash before MoJo got set up...|
|Onyx with a fine retrieve|
|The Duckman with a double mallard drop, just part of a great shooting day...|
|A rare photo of Team DuckPower, usually we are just taking photos of each other. Thumbs up pledge!!! However, I do believe this photo op was during the discussion that I could even drop a green-winged teal shooting with one arm...|
|And I did!!! Ha, not really but it almost landed on Rabid after I shot it...|