Here At Last, Here At Last. Duckshooting Season Has Arrived.

A few weeks behind the normal but the time for a southern, in fact nationwide institution has arrived.

Yep, Duck shooting, or Duck hunting as some call it is here.

We know that hundred’s if not thousands will be ready to go at first light around the south to see if they can knock a few ducks out of the skies.

We’ve also heard that some took Friday off to get to their mai-mai’s early and camp overnight. What do they say, early bird gets the ducks…….?

We hope that there are plenty to go round and that everyone has a successful opening bag, the weather is favourable and remember the rules about alcohol and gun safety.

Have a great opening weekend.

Mal

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