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Discussion in 'Upland Game hunting, Dogs and dog training' started by RCA DOGS, Oct 15, 2020.
Funny looking sharpies!
Haven’t gotten out as much as we’d like yet, but there’s birds out there.
I want to be like Michiganmaniac when I grow up.
Light blanket of snow this morning. Headed west!
The only way i could describe todays conditions is miserable. A dusting of snow turned into 3 inches of wet heavy snow, into a steady cold rain. Birds were in places not fun to be or conducive for killing...swamp edge with thermal ground cover and heavy conifer.
Just a couple of wet dawgs. Good boy Asher!
Michiganmaniac during quarantine...
South Dakota opener
Wow that looks like December. Snow was a little lighter in the NLP, gone by noon. Birds were putting on the feed bag when we made it out in the afternoon.
he said the secret is to not shave,shower,or change your clothes including underwear until the season ends.lol.
My day was el zero!
2 days afield so far and I've scored 4 woodcock with the new CZ Sharptail 20 gauge. Sweet shooting gun and should have had a couple grouse but......... they're fast!! Cooked up the 3 with some soup for a tailgate lunch with a couple buddies one day. Heading to the UP for grouse camp on Monday!!
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Bailed out of work early yesterday. First spot produced a limit of woodcock in 20 minutes. Spend the next couple hours searching for grouse only to move one bird that I missed.
Maggie and I went 1 for 2 yesterday
He didn't think his first wild rooster was as exciting as I did!
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Got the pup out on some pen raised chickens for his first ever go at it. He turns 1 tomorrow. He shocked me at how quickly he picked up on the situation. He flushed a few of his own birds, tried retrieving every bird (other dogs got there first) made 3 solo retrieves, and got after 2 cripples 1 of which wasn’t even ours. Saturday morning will be his first attempt at it in the real world on wild birds.