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    My youngest son is a avid Canada goose/duck hunter...Crockpot And jerky are the two words used most at my house hold during water fowl season.
    When I came in for dinner yesterday there were 8 boxes of 12ga 3" BB on the counter, and his A5 Browning with a new magazine tube extender.....I asked him what's up? Well I guess he got invited to go spring snow goose hunting in ND/SD with some friends....Oboy this should be Intresting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Central Minn View Post
    My youngest son is a avid Canada goose/duck hunter...Crockpot And jerky are the two words used most at my house hold during water fowl season.
    When I came in for dinner yesterday there were 8 boxes of 12ga 3" BB on the counter, and his A5 Browning with a new magazine tube extender.....I asked him what's up? Well I guess he got invited to go spring snow goose hunting in ND/SD with some friends....Oboy this should be Intresting!

    Get yourself a good meat grinder and grind those breasts up. I'll mix that with some fatty beef like 70% lean and make some really excellent burgers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bprice1031 View Post
    Get yourself a good meat grinder and grind those breasts up. I'll mix that with some fatty beef like 70% lean and make some really excellent burgers.
    I'll give that a try, when we make jerky we always grind/cannon and use hamburger in the the mix 3/4 goose 1/4 burger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Central Minn View Post
    I'll give that a try, when we make jerky we always grind/cannon and use hamburger in the the mix 3/4 goose 1/4 burger.
    That sounds like a good ratio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt1991 View Post
    never hunted before but id like to take it up to try to eat duck or dove but idk which ducks to shoot lol are the types of ducks in most ponds good eating? curious about my area of missisisppi if duck hunting is good or not
    Best you get with someone and learn the ropes of hunting before you get a gun and hurt yourself or someone else. You can google almost anything about hunting and what type of birds are better than others and their flyways. You have to perfect your skill about hunting and safety. Check out your DNR and see if they offer any classes for hunting and safety. I know they have course's for youths to learn from here in SC. They even offer women classes on hunting and fishing. Mississippi flyway is a pretty darn good area to be in! Good luck
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    I think somebody killed the last duck in Mississippi .

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    On a side note, protect your hearing. For 30 years I shot 2500 to 3000 shells a year in a duck blind and that many more in the dove field. On top of that 1000 rounds of rifle and pistol shells a year, all without hearing protection, except when I was sighting in a rifle.
    Now my ears ring all the time and I can't hear thunder. I had a big red S on my chest in those days and now it is a lite pink.
    Just something to consider.

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    If you are in the delta there will be ducks. Especially if it freezes up north. I hunted north of Glendora for yrs. some of the most fun I ever had. Things were different in those days. MS had a lot more ducks, and Duck Dynasty and YouTube hadnít ruined Duck hunting yet. But the answer is yes. You can kill ducks in your state.


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    Quote Originally Posted by matt1991 View Post
    well id just buy a gun with bird shots and maybe a duck call lol i have some land i could go to and just wait and shoot what i see lol

    im curious are there ducks out there i ened to watch out for that are poisonist or taste absolutely horrible? kinda like with trash fish? or is basically any duck i see flying or in the lake pretty tasty
    First thing you need to realize is ducks fall under federal laws and guidelines. You must have a federal stamp, state stamp, and steel shot. Just shooting any ducks that come by without knowing what you're killing, can get you in trouble big time. They are limits on every duck that flies. Best thing for you to do is find someone that hunts ducks, listen and learn.
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    Where are you in Mississippi? That will make a lot of difference. As said, northwest of Jackson to Memphis is going to be better, east of 55 to the coast not so much, with exceptions. Probably have better luck in general dove hunting, less expensive, less trouble, more success/shooting for a beginner. Duck hunting is the greatest and worst thing in the world one day removed.
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