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Paul Czarnecki

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As we get our sea duck killin in I thought I would share this brant I just finished for a client. It was the smallest brant I've ever seen but he presents himself pretty well in this piece.

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Okay, I'll bite...what the heck is "an excisive separation"?

It looks great to me, Paul. Nice work on an uncommon species for this locale.

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Nice.....like the scene....shot some of those this year. Kinda dumb. We decoyed a flock, dropped some and the rest came back for another go round....ad far as birds, they aren't the sharpest knives in the drawer

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Okay, I'll bite...what the heck is "an excisive separation"?

It looks great to me, Paul. Nice work on an uncommon species for this locale.

"excisive separation" is the phenomenon from which the hair leaves Rays head and reappears on his back :yes: IMHO :lol:

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yes pete got it right,,i was looking under my arm with a handheld mirror at my back....ok knowing Paul does a 100% job ok110% on his mounts i kinda toss in a little "huh" factor ...kinda my way of saying awsome mount...I know enuf about ducks and mounting them that would fill a thimble (my total brain size) , ive wacked a few and cleaned one or two and cant imagine the care it takes to skin ,prep,and reassemble a pile of feathers to achive such a lifelike and perfect mount.

Aww crap see what ya did now pauls head just increased another hat size!!!

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I shot one a couple years ago in Braddocks and kick myself for not mounting it. Like Matt said, they are not that smart. Nice job Paul

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