Upland birds

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Upland birds

Postby Hopalong » Sat Dec 01, 2018 4:31 pm

A couple of buddies and I made a trip to KS for upland birds at the Smoky River Rendezvous. Not sure which was more fun, the hunting or watching the dogs work. In any case we did well, though they are farmed birds. Still have to knock them out of the air... Me in the middle.

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Re: Upland birds

Postby Hoot » Sat Dec 01, 2018 10:08 pm

Nice variety of shooting scenarios presented in that picture and apparently nice weather to boot!

You are all invited to my club's March Wild Game Feed. We'll provide the wild rice, you bring the meat. ;)

I miss quail hunting. Heard one bobwhite call once in 40 years here.

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Re: Upland birds

Postby Hopalong » Mon Dec 03, 2018 8:44 am

Hoot wrote:Nice variety of shooting scenarios presented in that picture and apparently nice weather to boot!

You are all invited to my club's March Wild Game Feed. We'll provide the wild rice, you bring the meat. ;)

I miss quail hunting. Heard one bobwhite call once in 40 years here.

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It was all of that and a couple of my oldest friends. We've ridden motorcycles together for years, first time hunting.

That's a heck of a nice offer Hoot, sounds like a good time.

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