40 Years and Still Going!

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Barbara & Michael in the tank Blind on Toledo Bend


“Chase” in his dog box ready to hunt


Pre-season decoy prep


This drake canvasback
fell in love with a Herter’s decoy


Texas Rag Hunt with Kurt, Tona, Barbara and Ray


Same “Rag” Hunt With Kurt, Tona, Barbara, and Ray


Same Tank Blind
Barbara and Michael


Where you find frogs, you will always find these pesky critters


Bob, Fuzz, Wade, Ray, and Pat. To steal a phrase from “The Duck Commander” – “It’s raining jacks”


Nothing more delicious than fresh caught Bayou frogs (circa 1973)


Nothing more delicious than fresh caught Bayou frogs
(circa 1973)


The Bistineau Crew appears to have had a fine morning here.


Bruce, Bob, and Ray with a few


Day One – Arkansas Stripers
Kent, Selby, & Gus


Kent and Selby pose with
Arkansas Stripers


An Arkansas Sunrise as seen from a pit blind in South East Arkansas


“Boss” Sitting In The
Blind On Lake Bistineau


“Boss” Breaking Water


“A View From The Blind” sent in by Kennon Gaspard


Another Day Draws To A Close – Lake Bistineau – K. Gaspard


There is another one of those pesky “critters”


Michael with doves – Special Thanks to John Frierson of Frierson Plantation


Opening day 9/2/2006 Michael and father Ray, had two limits by 2:30!