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Thread: What's you top 2 favorite items you take water fowling ?

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    What's you top 2 favorite items you take water fowling ?

    Outside of your shottie and bombs - what are your top 2 favorite things you take chasing geese and ducks.
    It could be a serious item like survival equipment. I might be something sentimental like your dads hip flask.
    I'm really interested as I'm sure there will be some things that might surprise us all ... and some things I might need to buy !!
    Here's mine ... my wife bought me Swazi undies (Jewel Bags) for Xmas and they are amazing and my Alan Hammond call's.
    Have some fun with this ... cheers PJ
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    My big foot deeks even tho geese only occasionally pass though and they are a pain to cart around but they look bloody goodName:  ImageUploadedByTapatalk1368700076.455051.jpg
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    My avery blind bag it fits EVERTHING
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    Highly recommend them. Can double as a chilly bag in summer almost fits a doz
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    My dog and ammo
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    A pair of game clips & my shadow
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    Nicely brewed strong black coffee, and mum's bacon & egg pie...num num
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    Maggi Spanish Style Tomato Soup and a Thermos of hot water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    My dog and ammo
    And Watties???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    And Watties???
    Thats on my lunch unfortunately not in my thermos
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    Maggi Spanish Style Tomato Soup and a Thermos of hot water.
    you and me both gadget
    as well as dog and stoney creek weekender jacket with warmer pockets
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    Quote Originally Posted by gsp follower View Post
    stoney creek weekender jacket with warmer pockets
    Soft!
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    stoney creek weekender jacket with warmer pockets
    Soft!
    as a yohgurt sandwich mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsp follower View Post
    as a yohgurt sandwich mate
    those in the know ,know the real reason_kotuku carries all the extras for the mans pleasure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kotuku View Post
    those in the know ,know the real reason_kotuku carries all the extras for the mans pleasure.
    Sounds dodgey!
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    [QUOTE]those in the know ,know the real reason_kotuku carries all the extras for the mans pleasure.
    Sounds dodgey! [/QUOTE
    ]not in a broke back mountain way gibo i asssure you
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