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September Teal
#1
What is a Teal?  Is that like a tiny duck?

Do you really have time to ID them on the fly?

Anyone doing teal this year?
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#2
Yes a teal is a duck and they are super fast small ducks.


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If it is in season I will hunt it.
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OK.  So they are about a good sized handful of duck.

Do I have to go out to marshes and big water for them?  Or can I find them in the little side streams around wooded areas?

Wondering if my Remington 870 Wingmaster, 2 3/4 chamber with steel BB shot would do it?
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Need to be kinda close to the coast to get them good. May be a few around central part of the state but doubt you could pattern them. I'd leave that bb at home and get some #5 to take. They're pretty fast and low to the water
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Here's one I got last year. Drake green wing[Image: 9db7c57118002f58275d8c6c8f2fc66e.jpg]

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Heck no leave that BB for the geese. 4s is what you want. More pellets and smaller pellets.




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(08-28-2019, 04:05 PM)skimerhorn Wrote: Here's one I got last year. Drake green wing[Image: 9db7c57118002f58275d8c6c8f2fc66e.jpg]

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Nice!  Very pretty birds.  Ever get them mounted?

Or do they go straight to the pan?
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That ones at the taxidermist now
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How does taxidermy work? I figure you give the whole animal to the taxidermist. do you get the meat back? Or do they use some special fomraldehydie secret sauce that makes it unfit for human consumption.... or the taxidermist has a free dinner that night?
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