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    Quote Originally Posted by KwickLabs View Post
    My favorite is the Canvasback. The limit is one and usually "encountered" on a late season, more difficult hunt. My only duck mount is a pair of canvasbacks.

    I can remember every "Can" and what dog retrieved it. The first was in North Dakota by "Daisy" and the last was in Pool 13 of the Mississippi River by "Limit". The lone exception was a 'bull" that was "netted" via a tender boat.
    X2 Canvas are fun and good eating
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    Anyone that gives me a shot

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    Peking
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    favourite are woodies.

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    Its fun to see how the geography determines the answers. We can walk out and shoot 3 wood ducks on the waterway any day here. The drakes are still beautiful, but once you tend to treasure the ducks you rarely get.

    For us in Mississippi, that would include Canvasbacks, Redheads, Pintail... all around, but not real common!
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    I always liked Daffy.
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    Drake mallard is my favorite but a pintail is a close second

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    If you are talking about one that is on my bucket list it would be a Harlequin. If you are talking about one that I have killed before it would have to be a pintail.

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    Spoonbill! Cause if you miss on the first pass they always come back for a second look!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HPL View Post
    I always liked Daffy.
    Me too, he quacks me up.

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