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Delta Duckman

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  1. A friend of mine brought his 1 (his birthday was yesterday) year old home trained Labrador with him on our duck hunt yesterday. The dog was well behaved and did a good job getting the ducks. No whining in the blind or barking ever, really good for a young dog. Video shows a couple of his retrieves.
  2. With a little more than a month to go before we start our September teal season in SE Louisiana I put together some of the best video shots over the last several years. Teal are a blast to hunt and can't wait for the action to start. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sa7LBwMxgVU
  3. Sorry, but I don't think us drinking beer during a hunt will make any difference to the disdain the anti hunting / animal rights people have for us. Now, they may hate us more due the fact we are having fun while hunting but nothing we are doing is ILLEAGAL. Trying to appease the anti gun, hunting crowd is not going to make them go away.
  4. Glad you enjoyed the video. We do have a lot of fun and when the ducks are flying its even better.
  5. This video has cursing and drinking of alcohol while hunting with shotguns in its content. If this offends you don’t watch it. It is rated “Not for kids” Weather conditions were ideal for our duck hunt Friday after Thanksgiving. North wind about 15 steady with overcast skies, perfect. We had good amounts of teal and big ducks on the move right from the beginning of the hunt. We had been doing well in this spot so we had all of us in one blind for the hunt. Lots of fun cutting up, hunting, eating and some cold beer. We hunted until 10:00am. After the hunting part in the latter part of the video we have to back out of our spot because the trenasse we use we can’t turn around. The motor is a 2007 36HP Pro Drive surface drive with manual full power reverse and manual trim getting it done. She is still going strong after all these years with lots of duck hunts in the slop. The video shows us shooting 30 ducks which was surprising to me. Even more of a surprise was the very next day four of us went to the same spot on another good day for a duck hunt and shot 1 duck. Makes no sense at all. Numbers of ducks taken in that spot since opening day – 24 – 5 – 24 – 24 – 24 – 5 – 6 – 30 – 1 - 5 Happy Hunting! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9Q7WB4WHr0
  6. I have stated many times the duck game is location, location, location. Over the last several years the ducks don’t seem to want to be in an area we had success for many years. The habitat has changed and we were able to lease new property (not easy to do) 15 miles from our regular spot in an area the ducks, teal for the most part want to be. Teal seem to like the flats where water levels change the area from shallow ponds to mud flats and back to shallow ponds. The area we have leased has limited access and space to put the blind like I want to. Current blind set up is breaking the rules of having the rising sun at your back but in this instance we don’t have much choice, so on sunny days it will be tough looking into the sun and video will suffer. We can all deal with the issues as long as we are shooting ducks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktsTbzu24vA
  7. Ever since we got skunked on the opening day of the special teal season, we have been having some good teal hunts. We moved 17 miles from the opening day area where the teal want to be. Video is some of the shots from Saturday September 18, 2021 hunt. Four of us shot the limit of 24 teal. If you like the video there are more, search Delta Duckman on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvjkYXRzJGw
  8. That is ok just keep going - they are fun to shoot
  9. I tore my Achilles tendon and had some seat time to put together our best shots from 2015 to 2020 during the September special teal season in southeast Louisiana. I hope this gets the juices flowing getting everyone ready for the special teal season if you have one in your state. We will be ready to go, walking boot on the leg and all. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-AAi9ZeVDGE
  10. Some people eat them and they are similar to rabbit. You have to sneak it on them, not tell them what they are eating.
  11. Usually near the end of duck season here in SE Louisiana nutria come out on cold days to warm up in the sun. When the water is low is a good time to hunt them. Somehow nutria seem to know alligators who love to eat them are dormant during this time of year. Nutria are considered a nuisance animal that can be taken all year. Duck hunting has been really slow for us this year so if we are going to get up early for a duck hunt we hunt nutria after the ducks. We give the nutria to a camp caretaker who eats them and shares them with his family members. We have fun and he gets to eat. Video shows some of the action. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVb_cQQpcac
  12. Not the best duck hunting these days but that makes it special.
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