I was hunting this morning with RabbitSlayer_16. About 45 minutes after shooting time starts the guys across from us have only about two birds between the three of them. They also have a duck call that sounds like a guy laughing, a dog that does not know what a duck even looks or smells like and is bound and determined not to pick one up, they think that their guns can shoot 60-70 yards up and they have no idea how to blow their goose call and sounds like a bunch of fruit loops. Well we have a hen mallard working the decoys and decide to pass on her. We let her go when we could have pass shot her and she flies over these guys. Well they wing her just enough to break her wing and bring her down. She lands on the edge of their decoys and they send their crappy dog after it. The dog does not even go to the bird and they are chewing her out. Well they walk about 40 yards or so and the hen is heading towards our decoys. We hear the guy say well I guess they will pick it up. We call her over and send the dog to get her. We yell across the pond to come get your bird. They tell us to hold onto it and they will come get it later. Well about an hour and a half passes and both them and us begin to pick up. We tell them to come get their bird and they tell us no and tell us to just keep it. Well this kinda makes me mad so we yell back that we do not want their [email protected] bird. They tell us no. We yell some choice words back at them and they pack up and leave. This torqued me off. What were they thinking? What if i would have shot another legal hen mallard and we would have both had our limit on them, or what if i would have taken my seven and RabbitSlayer taken his, and then they don't come get their bird and we have one extra? I don't think the DWR officer would have really beleived our story that some dip _____ would not come get their bird so that is why we have an extra. This whole thing was a joke and I will reconsider being corteous and picking up anyones winged bird for them. Is this horrible ethics or what?