Made a new duck hunting partner

Made a new duck hunting partner

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    Made a new duck hunting partner

    When out with Guage and his son-in-law, Chad. Chad has not been duck hunting in 10 years. The military has kept him busy. We managed to get nine birds this morning. He was a little rusty but he got 3 birds.
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    I love to hunt and fish and most of all spending time with my family after I get home from hunting and fishing.

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    Nice It was cold out there this morning

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    Good times in the duck blind huh

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    To cold for me.

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    Congrats Baby!
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