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    Re: Wet Fly Help

    Quote Originally Posted by Kendall View Post
    Thursthouse, do you pluck your ducks or skin them, skinning them is a lot easier and quicker. Never tried baking them wrapped in bacon but it sounds good. I still have a goose in the freezer I am going to try the bacon wrap. I use wood duck for may fly wings buy all the wood ducks I have shot have dark colored breast features, have shot any with of the light brown feathers.
    I've breasted some out when I'm in a pinch, but I prefer to pluck em and bake them whole stuff with all kinds of goodness... making me hungry just writing about fresh game..


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    Re: Wet Fly Help

    Quote Originally Posted by Kendall View Post
    I use wood duck for may fly wings buy all the wood ducks I have shot have dark colored breast features, have shot any with of the light brown feathers.
    Kendall, not to sound like a dipstick, but the barred wood duck feathers are on the sides of the duck, under the wings. All the breast feathers are brown.

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