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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-04-2018, 06:51 PM Thread Starter
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Great 2nd day

hunted a pasture this morning and even though most of the birds didn't show up we took advantage of the ones that did ! we killed 17 out of 3 small flocks ! Also enjoyed some good dog work from my 2 yr old pup ! Here are some pics enjoy !
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And another good day!

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Nice redlab thanks for sharing.
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Off to a smashing start there Barry. Well done!
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What is the gas powered object in the trailer? Is it a buggy?

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What is the gas powered object in the trailer? Is it a buggy?
Buk Huntir its a semi home made gas powered cart the has saved allot of carrying decoys hundreds of yards and saving several trips per hunt ! I can haul 6 1/2 doz bigfoot full body decoys, 3-4 blinds, shell bags and guns all in one trip !! plus at the end of the hunt it hauls all that and the geese we have harvested back to the truck ! Then when we get back all we have to do is take the guns,shell bags, blinds and geese out of the cart then pull it on the trailer and strap it down in place and were all ready to go and ready for the next hunt ! No on and off loading decoys from the cart and loading them back on every trip out ! I special ordered the trailer so the cart would fit fully loaded !!
Tell me any other guy that can by himself haul his blind, blind bag, gun and 6 doz full body decoys into the field 600 yds and only make one trip !!

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Buk Huntir its a semi home made gas powered cart the has saved allot of carrying decoys hundreds of yards and saving several trips per hunt ! I can haul 6 1/2 doz bigfoot full body decoys, 3-4 blinds, shell bags and guns all in one trip !! plus at the end of the hunt it hauls all that and the geese we have harvested back to the truck ! Then when we get back all we have to do is take the guns,shell bags, blinds and geese out of the cart then pull it on the trailer and strap it down in place and were all ready to go and ready for the next hunt ! No on and off loading decoys from the cart and loading them back on every trip out ! I special ordered the trailer so the cart would fit fully loaded !!
Tell me any other guy that can by himself haul his blind, blind bag, gun and 6 doz full body decoys into the field 600 yds and only make one trip !!
Cool. That would be nice to have at times. If its a long haul and we cant drive trucks in someone will bring the viking and trailer. Beats hauling decoys 6 at a time by hand. Ha ha

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