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  Last weekend for waterfowl is upon us...
Posted by: So.Cali - 01-28-2016 12:11 AM - Replies (1)

Time for one last hoo-ra chasing quackers boys (and ladies). What are your plans?

I'll be hitting the club Friday morning in hopes of better numbers than my last outing. My buddy I hunt with has $180 in bird credit at the club, so after ducks I'll be pulling out the Citori and getting some pheasants for the grill.

His has been my best year for ducks thus far. I have a ways to go to be as good as others, but I've got birds on every hunt this season. I'll enjoy a beer for that...

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  Power Ball winner NOT
Posted by: Mikey - 01-14-2016 07:25 AM - Replies (2)

well didnt really have the money so the horses didnt eat for a few days, Just kidding. but i did buy some tickets for this deal.

well as many we helped 3 people from 3 states become multi millionaires.

i was hoping for a few hundred thousand, thats all.

i am pretty sure i could go to vegas and sit a roulette table with $100 and win more than i have with the lotto.

well dreams crushed again, but its not stopping me.

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  Yellow Tail
Posted by: Mikey - 01-07-2016 07:23 AM - No Replies

the word is that they are biting and i am no where ready for this. from the islands to the 150 to mexico i hear that the YT are chewing.

any word on this and maybe the next weather break i will sneak out!

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  Wister Duck hunt
Posted by: Mikey - 01-01-2016 06:31 AM - Replies (5)

Well See what happened was! haha cause its funny, we all met up @Uncle G, @Hunt and Fish and @Mikey at hunt and fish's house load up to start our adventure. Remi well she rode in the back with the gear, great dog. heading to Wister, I might add i kinda dont like wister.... anyways we arrive at like 7:30 to find out Uncle G forgot the damn keys to the trailer, so Hunt and fish and i pull out survival skills get the fire going and start cooking. by this time we have a set of keys on there way lucky for us Jason was leaving late. well beer flows its cold we have a fire dinner is hot and cooked. he arrives at like 9:50 now the party starts.
Ok the next morning or like 3 hours later we are up and ready. Deal with the BS line and wait game to get our blind. get to the trailer eat some not so healthy snacks and before we head out hit the head and what do i find in the dirt a $20 blowing in the breeze (Score) haha!

So we got great Intel that the geese where in the H zone, well we got H5 and set up for it. No Geese, we squeaked out 10 birds. lets see they all could hit birds it took me half the morning to learn to shoot again, Damn arm still doesn't work right. dog did some great retrieves and and some great shots where taken.

Side note DO NOT USE REMINGTON 1700fps shells they WILL break your gun. i am 1 of 3 guns they broke. these are the wammy shells from Dukes of Hazard movie, sheared of my operating handle and kick like a mule.

well we did find out we did better than most and it was a slow day for the unit and i was just thankful to be out and with great company. till next time.

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  Happy New Year 2016
Posted by: Mikey - 01-01-2016 06:11 AM - No Replies

Hope all where safe lastnight now major troubles or issues..
Happy "2016" it's a new year with new and better things to come!

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  Merry Christmas from OFB outdoors
Posted by: Mikey - 12-24-2015 06:59 AM - No Replies

It Christmas eve and i want to say Merry Christmas to everyone, have a safe weekend filled with family fun and new toys. thank you for being part of OFB outdoors.

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  Register your Drone ASAP Today, or face fines of up to $27,000
Posted by: Mikey - 12-21-2015 02:41 PM - No Replies

Today, or face fines of up to $27,000

Not sure what to say about this, except you better do it if you have one that weighs more than .5lbs

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Registration



Effective December 21, 2015, anyone who owns a small unmanned aircraft of a certain weight must register with the Federal Aviation Administration's Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) registry before they fly outdoors. People who previously operated their UAS must register by February 19, 2016. People who do not register could face civil and criminal penalties.
Who must register a UAS?

The owner must be:

13 years of age or older. (If the owner is less than 13 years of age, a person 13 years of age or older must register the small unmanned aircraft.)
A U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident.

Which unmanned aircraft do I have to register?

Owners must register their UAS online if it meets the following guidelines:

Weighs more than 0.55 lbs. (250 g) and less than 55 lbs. (25 kg). Unmanned Aircraft weighing more than 55 lbs. cannot use this registration process and must register using the Aircraft Registry process.

See examples of UAS that do and do not require registration (PDF).

Owners must register their UAS by paper if it meets the following guidelines:

Your aircraft is used for commercial purposes.
Your aircraft is used for other than hobby and recreation.
Your aircraft is greater than 55 lbs.
You intend to operate your aircraft outside of the United States.

How do I register my UAS?

It costs only $5 to register your UAS and the process is simple and web-based. Registration is free for the first 30 days. Some things you'll need before you get started:

An email address
Credit or Debit card
Physical address and mailing address (if different from physical address)

Your registration is valid for three years. Once you receive a registration number, you can use it on all of your unmanned aircraft if they meet the online registration criteria. You must mark the registration number on all aircraft you own. Read about How to Label Your UAS (PDF).

Register before midnight EST, January 20th, 2016
and your $5 registration fee will be refunded!

Register Now

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  NEW OFB outdoors Headquarters
Posted by: Mikey - 12-16-2015 02:06 PM - Replies (4)

well the time has come and OFB outdoors is moving from the current location to a new bigger facility.
The current place is beautiful and set up amazing as 12 years in one location and countless hours of making it that way.

Well now we move on to the bigger scale with no HOA and quite nights and free range animals around us. with amazing views as well a shooting range on site. the pond is in the works but most likely next year before i call for a stock day. haha

Pictures to come soon.

Lots of work and a short time to get it done, with funds in the not so good range and slow work ahead. this is going to take a lot of my time away from the outdoors and the site. So i ask for all to post asap and often.

Thank you

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  Wister Duck hunt here comes Team OFB outdoors
Posted by: Mikey - 12-16-2015 07:38 AM - Replies (3)

And the shit just got real
December 16, 2015

Area: Wister
Hunt Date: 12/30/2015
Reservation #: 40
State of California

We are off to hunt after Christmas. Well its been over 2 years and we will go see what we can scratch out of this.

looking to see if Heavy Hitters can make the trip!

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  White Sea Bass Time
Posted by: Mikey - 12-11-2015 07:16 AM - Replies (4)

Am i hearing that its white seabass time?

anyone been out any reports?????

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