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Post  mike bartosh on Thu Jan 19, 2012 7:20 pm

Heard about the site so here i am. Thanks for letting me come on board.

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Post  Ed Lewandowski on Thu Jan 19, 2012 8:18 pm

George Williams suggested that I check out the site. Registered a few days ago.
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Post  Eddie Kershaw on Thu Jan 19, 2012 8:44 pm

Ed Lewandowski wrote:George Williams suggested that I check out the site. Registered a few days ago.

Wecome abord mate, george is a good friend of mine, he,s a great old fart

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Post  K Koches on Sat Jan 21, 2012 10:04 am

Glad to see a new site , hopefully things here won't become like most of the other sites ! I for one get tired of people posting how much better they ( THINK ) they are or criticizing someone else for asking a question because they don't know ...kinda gets old ! Looking forward to the new site .

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Hey scrapple man

Post  george w on Sat Jan 21, 2012 10:52 am

Good seeing you over here--In the shop today-easterly with rain usually keeps me on the bench@ Very Happy

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Post  Ed Lewandowski on Sat Jan 21, 2012 10:08 pm

George-

Nice forum; thanks for the referral! I missed this morning's hunt in the sleet/rain (the boys took 4 mallards, 3 blacks and a Canada... one duck shy of the century mark for the season). Was in the basement grinding out dekes today (got the Dr's "O.K." to put torque on that elbow joint again). Spent the afternoon shaping a mallard and a ringneck. Both have been GAC'd and blacked and are ready for paint.
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same thing in the shop

Post  george w on Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:25 am

putting some stuff together for the trip south--multitasking. two species simultaneously!

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Post  Bob L. on Mon Jan 23, 2012 10:43 am

Nice forum! I recognize some of you from other forums here, pretty nice set up! Man o Man i need to get myself a boat. Very Happy
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Post  Jode Hillman on Mon Jan 23, 2012 6:36 pm

Hi Guys finally able to log in, glad to hang out with some like minded waterfowlers .
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Post  Davey Welsh on Mon Jan 23, 2012 7:19 pm

Jode Hillman wrote:Hi Guys finally able to log in, glad to hang out with some like minded waterfowlers .

Awesome to have you here Jode. Your carving is great.

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Post  John Mulcahy III on Fri Jan 27, 2012 3:22 am

Love the site !
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Post  Davey Welsh on Fri Jan 27, 2012 11:50 am

Thanks John, welcome aboard!

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Post  Dennis Cassel on Sun Jan 29, 2012 1:15 am

Hello All.

I was invited here by a few members. Very nice forum. If there is anything I can ever do to help out, please do not hesitate to ask.
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Re: New Members Introduction

Post  Kevin V. on Mon Jan 30, 2012 9:38 pm

New to waterfowl hunting in 2012. Rigging a kayak for jump shooting woodies and plan to build a KARA Hummer for some larger areas. Look forward to learning all I can and possibly meeting a few new people.
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riggin a kayak for woodie jump shooting.

Post  Russell Vrhovac on Mon Jan 30, 2012 10:39 pm

Kevin,

If you are rigging a kayak for jump shooting the first thing that I did for my kayak was build a gun mount on top front deck to keep the gun from getting dripped on from the paddle and the butt of the gun out of the water in the bottom of the boat. This also keeps the gun at ready when coming around corners. I also keep a smaller paddle (3 foot+-) for work in small creeks or wooded areas and for close quarters dispatch work. When coming around corners in a creek get enough momentum to coast into shooting position and grab your gun and be ready when you are able to see around the corner as if they flush quiclky you need to work quick. On a safety note, get a life vest with a mesh shooting patch on your shooting shoulder. Wear the vest religiously and don't take it off until you drag your kayak out of the water. Good luck and have fun it is one of my favorite ways to hunt.

Kevin V. wrote:New to waterfowl hunting in 2012. Rigging a kayak for jump shooting woodies and plan to build a KARA Hummer for some larger areas. Look forward to learning all I can and possibly meeting a few new people.
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Post  Kevin V. on Tue Jan 31, 2012 5:32 pm


Thanks for the tips Russell. I have a Hobie Mirage Drive Kayak so it allows hands free propulsion, should be able to keep the weapon at ready. I have a vest I currently use for Kayak fishing that I plan to use for the duckies. As far as a gun mount...still up in the air on that one. My kayak is a sit-on-top so may mount something to the rails. Gonna camo it up and use as a layout in some areas..will post pics when done.

Russell V wrote:Kevin,

If you are rigging a kayak for jump shooting the first thing that I did for my kayak was build a gun mount on top front deck to keep the gun from getting dripped on from the paddle and the butt of the gun out of the water in the bottom of the boat. This also keeps the gun at ready when coming around corners. I also keep a smaller paddle (3 foot+-) for work in small creeks or wooded areas and for close quarters dispatch work. When coming around corners in a creek get enough momentum to coast into shooting position and grab your gun and be ready when you are able to see around the corner as if they flush quiclky you need to work quick. On a safety note, get a life vest with a mesh shooting patch on your shooting shoulder. Wear the vest religiously and don't take it off until you drag your kayak out of the water. Good luck and have fun it is one of my favorite ways to hunt.

Kevin V. wrote:New to waterfowl hunting in 2012. Rigging a kayak for jump shooting woodies and plan to build a KARA Hummer for some larger areas. Look forward to learning all I can and possibly meeting a few new people.
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Post  Russell Vrhovac on Tue Jan 31, 2012 6:02 pm

Kevin,
Sounds like fun. Just remember that a sit on top is a wet-boat and you sit higher in the water than you do on a sit-inside yak. A little tippier but a self-bailing boat is a plus for any duck hunter. I used mine to layout hunt out of and it was a blast.
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Thanks for the tips Russell. I have a Hobie Mirage Drive Kayak so it allows hands free propulsion, should be able to keep the weapon at ready. I have a vest I currently use for Kayak fishing that I plan to use for the duckies. As far as a gun mount...still up in the air on that one. My kayak is a sit-on-top so may mount something to the rails. Gonna camo it up and use as a layout in some areas..will post pics when done.

Russell V wrote:Kevin,

If you are rigging a kayak for jump shooting the first thing that I did for my kayak was build a gun mount on top front deck to keep the gun from getting dripped on from the paddle and the butt of the gun out of the water in the bottom of the boat. This also keeps the gun at ready when coming around corners. I also keep a smaller paddle (3 foot+-) for work in small creeks or wooded areas and for close quarters dispatch work. When coming around corners in a creek get enough momentum to coast into shooting position and grab your gun and be ready when you are able to see around the corner as if they flush quiclky you need to work quick. On a safety note, get a life vest with a mesh shooting patch on your shooting shoulder. Wear the vest religiously and don't take it off until you drag your kayak out of the water. Good luck and have fun it is one of my favorite ways to hunt.

Kevin V. wrote:New to waterfowl hunting in 2012. Rigging a kayak for jump shooting woodies and plan to build a KARA Hummer for some larger areas. Look forward to learning all I can and possibly meeting a few new people.
Kevin
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Post  Ryan McGinty on Wed Feb 01, 2012 12:09 am

New to forum just posting to say hi to all. will be posting up pics soon of all the dogs and boats!!

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Post  Davey Welsh on Wed Feb 01, 2012 6:22 am

Welcome Ryan!

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Post  Rick L on Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:18 pm

Dave you have a good site. Nice to see some some people I know here
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Post  Davey Welsh on Tue Feb 21, 2012 1:26 pm

Welcome to the site Rick!

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Post  Paul f Boundy on Thu Feb 23, 2012 11:44 pm

Evening guys, real nice site and I am looking forward to purchasing some T shirts and sweatshirts. I just happened to email Dave Clark today - I needed some help re a sneakbox I am refurbishing - and he told me of your site. I recognise alot of the NJ names from another forum. I've been waterfowling for 34+ years and now have a small fleet consisting of a Don Warren box, a JH Perrine box, a Three Oceans marine 2 man scull and a 4 rivers layout. Hunt mostly puddlers and canada. Married with 3 kids and 3 dogs. Look forward to following the site.
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New guy here

Post  N Mullins on Fri Feb 24, 2012 12:44 am

Hello all,

My name is Neil and i am orginally from Texas but move to Mississippi about 5 years ago. Growing up with 80,000 acres to hunt all of my free time was wrapped up in whitetails. That all changed when I moved to MS and got but by the waterfowl bug. I haven't sat in a deer blind since. The last two years I have been trying my hand at carving decoys and this off season maybe time for a boat build. I hope to learn a lot for you guys and pass it on down to my two sons. Thanks again for this great site.

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Post  Davey Welsh on Fri Feb 24, 2012 2:14 pm

Paul and Neil, welcome to the forum guys! Glad you guys are here.

Neil, nice to have someone from another flyway! Hopefully we can get more diversity here. I love hearing about the waterfowling in other flyways. The Atlantic is not that great.

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Post  BJoyce on Sun Mar 11, 2012 10:58 pm

Hello all

South Jersey guy here. Real nice site.

Look forward to being a member.

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