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

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    those in the know ,know the real reason_kotuku carries all the extras for the mans pleasure.
    Sounds dodgey! [/QUOTE
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    Got to be my Hammond caller and my video camera. Went out on Sunday and we got 12 ducks and three pheasants, and some priceless video footage.
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    Nice..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mono007 View Post
    Nice..
    Dodgey… 1st post is in a 9 year old thread.
    Not the only new user to do this either in the last couple of weeks.
    Odd.
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    the first decoy I picked up adrift on edge of wainono 30 years ago...has had 2 sex changes and 1 species change before realizing he was in fact still a mallard drake.
    pocket knife.
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    At least one GWP and my Swazi gerkin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky Duck View Post
    the first decoy I picked up adrift on edge of wainono 30 years ago...has had 2 sex changes and 1 species change before realizing he was in fact still a mallard drake.
    pocket knife.
    Interesting. In this modern "gender fluid" rainbow age we seem to be living in seems your decoy was ahead of the times.
    As he/she cant decide why not paint it one side male the other female it could double the chances and possibly cut the number of decoys needed in half.
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    My Swiss camo Alpenflage jacket (has a veil & about 10 pockets) and a claw hammer for woundies.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouser View Post
    My Swiss camo Alpenflage jacket (has a veil & about 10 pockets) and a claw hammer for woundies.....

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    a pair of pliers works very well on woundies with less mess...just grip and squash neck.... and garden secateurs (like Mrs uses on roses) work great on wing n leg bones too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky Duck View Post
    a pair of pliers works very well on woundies with less mess...just grip and squash neck.... and garden secateurs (like Mrs uses on roses) work great on wing n leg bones too.
    Cheers bro, it can be a bit "messy' especially on Canadas, they are a Hua to finish off on a kayak.....will give that a go next year
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    and trying to hold the huas by the bum,and smack head on end of your paddle...yeah its just messy,it does work ,noisy as heck,and one day will break paddle of tip myself out...yeah pliers much better idea.
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    My Gun belt brought when I first started. Leather and my Olt 66 call also brought when I first started.
    The only two things that have been there right from the get go
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    A green oil skin sleeveless jacket with the speights logo on it.
    Almost an upland top with a good number of pockets, It used to belong to my departed father, so has great memories attached and I feel close to him when I have it on.
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