But not this woodie--possibly the last one we'll put in the bag this fall. We also managed to take a mallard, although the shooting was pretty slow. It was a nice break from the treestand, though, which brings me to deer hunting. I think it's safe to say that there are more whitetail specialists (folks who focus solely on whitetails in the fall) today than ever before. It sometimes seems that such specialist even dominate the scene. But I don't think so. I suspect that the vast majority of deer hunters--even hardcore deer hunters--still enjoy getting into the marsh or the uplands. What say you?