Where are all the pictures

Discussion in 'Upland Game hunting, Dogs and dog training' started by RCA DOGS, Oct 15, 2020.

  1. birdhntr

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  2. Gnoyes

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    Haven’t gotten out as much as we’d like yet, but there’s birds out there.

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    Light blanket of snow this morning. Headed west!
     
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    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. 20201017_133615.jpg 20201017_184252.jpg 40268.jpeg Just a couple of wet dawgs. Good boy Asher! 40275.jpeg
     
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    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.
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    Hi
    he said the secret is to not shave,shower,or change your clothes including underwear until the season ends.lol.
     
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    My day was el zero!
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    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!! PXL_20201007_163917351.MP.jpeg PXL_20200922_175002100.jpeg PXL_20201007_165816839.jpeg

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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. 20201016_162135.jpeg
     
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    Maggie and I went 1 for 2 yesterday
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    6BEE8C5C-3143-4362-BD12-E8C8266DB277.jpeg 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.