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Question by Tandon. Uploaded on February 08, 2013
#2 for divers and #4 for teal and woodies.
I've used all kinds of shot sizes for teal, and can't bring them down...might help if I could hit one. :)
I'm with O.H. And GERG- but I will say for a mixed bag duck hunt I load up with 3" #3's. Always seemed like a safe middle ground.
If I was just shooting teal & wood ducks (like in those special early seasons) I would use 4's. Most of the teal I've shot was with 2's because we've got lots of mallards flying about.
#4 work really good if you just going to shoot some woodies and teal
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