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    Quote Originally Posted by copterdoc View Post
    To shoot, Muscovy.

    To eat, Coot.
    Yeah, didn't think you were quite right in the head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard N View Post
    Yeah, didn't think you were quite right in the head.
    Don't knock it, till you've tried it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copterdoc View Post
    Don't knock it, till you've tried it.
    So what's your ivory billed teal recipe?
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    For me it's changes yr to yr. It's always the next one on my list. This coming yr it will bet the blue wing drake. I have mounted: Mallard,black duck,pintail(banded),gadwall,wood duck, canvasback,redhead,drake and hen eider,white wing scoter and old squaw plus a blue goose and a specklebelly. I hope to make a trip out west/alaska for the king eider, harly and cinnimon teal one day.

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    To eat...wood ducks

    To shoot... Drake Eiders

    Although my section of the Atlantic Flyway is somewhat limited in duck diversity.

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    to shoot i want a mallard that i called in. mostly because we dont get alot of them down here until the end of the season.

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    Mallard drake

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    Malt Duck.
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    Red Head... wait... I was thinking of Reba again. A Woodie... wait... Reba again....any duck will do!

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    Let us know How you get on with one of these ducks?
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