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Questions about shotgun shell wads. We sometimes hunt my pond at my land and by the end of the season it is covered in wads, mak

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  • RES1956
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    2 solutions: 1. Quit hunting the pond, or 2. Use a yard rake to clean them up and through them away. They ain't biodegradable and just won't go away,,,

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  • Questions about shotgun shell wads. We sometimes hunt my pond at my land and by the end of the season it is covered in wads, mak

    Questions about shotgun shell wads. We sometimes hunt my pond at my land and by the end of the season it is covered in wads, makes the pond and surrounding area look nasty as they wash up on the shores and stuff… is there any way to go about this problem??

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