Another symptom of covid

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No. It was happening way before covid…all the way back to the canvas wader days😀
 
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Never, ever, trust a fart, it's a trap every time, there is no, OH wait a moment minute.
 
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Is crapping/soiling your waders
Well, Im done. I have had it for years. Bad. It started in Arkansas, I slid into a ditch to slip some snow geese. They finally left, the pain hit. Problem was, the water was almost wader deep, the bank was slick, nothing to grab to pull myself out. I called my buddy to come help, get me out. He was just a minute or two late. The gates of Hell swung open. Oh well, S##t happens.
 
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on the wings of a snow white dove
Glad I never bought any used waders. Maybe you guys should see a doctor. I don't think it's normal to go around crapping yourself.
you are not a "true duck hunter"
Chaney. At your age, you might want to consider wearing Depends.
more manly to drop waders at boat ramp
cut off long johns and discard on hood of some dudes truck that you dont like
 
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you are not a "true duck hunter"
I used to be a hardcore duck hunter in the late 90s when we had ducks every year, but I never **** myself. If that's the standard for being a true duck hunter I guess I wasn't.
 
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