Sunday, February 5, 2012

Louisiana Duck Hunting Trip Recap

We conducted out annual Yankee invasion of north Louisiana last weekend, and got together with our Southern kin to close out the waterfowl season for the year.  We've been doing this for eight years now, and I absolutely treasure these times together.  This year was no different as these photos can attest.

First, we'd like to introduce the latest member of the Yellow Dog Patrol:

The whole crew was there.  Here's a look at some of them:

And despite it being a down year at that end of the flyway, we managed our biggest bag ever.  Here's some of the birds that will eventually find their way into Cousin Terry's famous gumbo:

We could not have had a better time, and we can't wait for the next adventure. 

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