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Discussion in 'Upland Game hunting, Dogs and dog training' started by RCA DOGS, Oct 15, 2020.
Yeah, and the color was wrong too but I didn’t wanna get all in the weeds about it.
They could have bleached in the sun a bit maybe. I found it interesting to find them looking like that this time of year if they were indeed pheasant eggs. Or really eggs of any flavor this time of year.
Only other possibility would be mallard.They looked fairly white/cream / very light beige color in ND and that was in November
Not as many hunts this year for us, but a few great ones with great dog work.
A morning brace of woodcock :
Disclaimer - I'm not in the habit of taking hunting photos that include my boots but I took this photo because of a thread on another web-site concerning Le Chameau footwear.
Heading back tomorrow from North Dakota. It was a cold week. First trip out for my pup. She got better every day. First few days had trouble getting her to go in the swails and sloughs. By the last day she was in them most of the time. She had a few flushes and some great retrieves. Couldn't be happier with her.
Nice photo even with the boots - great wood on the Ruger? Is that the one you picked up a year or 2 back?
Great pictures and I love the cap also.
Thanks for the compliment on the Ruger factory wood . I bought that shotgun probably about nine years or so ago from Jay's in Clare on an October bird hunting trip to the U.P.and there's a bit of a story behind it that involves, in part, a very attractive young lady named, I kid you not, whose name was 'Autumn'. Here's a photo that shows the grain off better with some sunlight on it ( click on the larger option for full size version) :
Do you have a picture of Autumn?
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Sorry no but she could easily have been photo'd for the cover of an L.L. Bean Fall catalog. Again, quite a story behind 'Autumn' and the gunstock. Bit of a toss-up as to which is prettier :