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Re: Upland pics

Postby hudson » Sun Dec 22, 2013 2:37 pm

jarbo03 wrote:
hudson wrote:
jarbo03 wrote:
hudson wrote:
jarbo03 wrote:[quote="hudson"][quote="jarbo03"][quote="hudson"][quote="jarbo03"][quote="hudson"]Made a little walk got one should of had my three but you know how that is.gonna make another push tues am


Very nice. What week you gonna be up this way?
as far as when I'm goin deer huntin up there next year?


Yea, forgot that was next year.
i got to put my name in the lottery in march or april


You gonna try for a either species tag?[/quote]didn't know they had that.i Prolly will but I would like a big whitetail and gonna try some bird hunts if I can find some birds, ducks or upland birds[/quote]

What area you gonna hunt?[/quote]what area has the better quality deer?[/quote]

About everywhere. You gun or bow hunting?[/quote]bow only
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Re: Upland pics

Postby hudson » Sun Dec 22, 2013 2:38 pm

hudson wrote:
jarbo03 wrote:
hudson wrote:
jarbo03 wrote:
hudson wrote:[quote="jarbo03"][quote="hudson"][quote="jarbo03"][quote="hudson"][quote="jarbo03"][quote="hudson"]Made a little walk got one should of had my three but you know how that is.gonna make another push tues am


Very nice. What week you gonna be up this way?
as far as when I'm goin deer huntin up there next year?


Yea, forgot that was next year.
i got to put my name in the lottery in march or april


You gonna try for a either species tag?[/quote]didn't know they had that.i Prolly will but I would like a big whitetail and gonna try some bird hunts if I can find some birds, ducks or upland birds[/quote]

What area you gonna hunt?[/quote]what area has the better quality deer?[/quote]

About everywhere. You gun or bow hunting?[/quote]bow only[/quote]drove through Kansas when I went to montana and seen the biggest deer I ever seen in a row of trees right of the highway
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Re: Upland pics

Postby jarbo03 » Sun Dec 22, 2013 2:43 pm

hudson wrote:
hudson wrote:
jarbo03 wrote:
hudson wrote:
jarbo03 wrote:[quote="hudson"][quote="jarbo03"][quote="hudson"][quote="jarbo03"][quote="hudson"][quote="jarbo03"][quote="hudson"]Made a little walk got one should of had my three but you know how that is.gonna make another push tues am


Very nice. What week you gonna be up this way?
as far as when I'm goin deer huntin up there next year?


Yea, forgot that was next year.
i got to put my name in the lottery in march or april


You gonna try for a either species tag?[/quote]didn't know they had that.i Prolly will but I would like a big whitetail and gonna try some bird hunts if I can find some birds, ducks or upland birds[/quote]

What area you gonna hunt?[/quote]what area has the better quality deer?[/quote]

About everywhere. You gun or bow hunting?[/quote]bow only[/quote]drove through Kansas when I went to montana and seen the biggest deer I ever seen in a row of trees right of the highway[/quote]



I see a **** of goant deer while pheasant hunting. Let me look at the WIHA book, see what I can come up with.
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Re: Upland pics

Postby hudson » Sun Dec 22, 2013 2:46 pm

Appreciate it
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Re: Upland pics

Postby NuffDaddy » Sun Dec 22, 2013 5:58 pm

Filling my forum full of big game ****. I should ban you both. :-D
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Re: Upland pics

Postby jarbo03 » Sun Dec 22, 2013 6:03 pm

NuffDaddy wrote:Filling my forum full of big game ****. I should ban you both. :-D


You are so right, I'm sorry!
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Re: Upland pics

Postby NuffDaddy » Sun Dec 22, 2013 6:04 pm

jarbo03 wrote:
NuffDaddy wrote:Filling my forum full of big game ****. I should ban you both. :-D


You are so right, I'm sorry!


You should be. I won't tell Mr. Red this time. Next time your ass is grass though.
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Re: Upland pics

Postby jarbo03 » Thu Jan 16, 2014 12:31 am

A few from last weekend.

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Re: Upland pics

Postby Feelin' Fowl » Thu Jan 16, 2014 2:37 am

Great hunts jarbo!
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Re: Upland pics

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Re: Upland pics

Postby NuffDaddy » Thu Jan 16, 2014 6:31 am

Awesome! I'm jealous.
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Re: Upland pics

Postby Rick » Thu Jan 23, 2014 4:25 pm

Though I suppose snipe and rails might also qualify, **** are the only commonly considered "upland" birds left in this part of the country, and we've hit them fairly hard this year. But it's tough to get an interesting picture of a brown flushing dog working in good **** cover:
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Re: Upland pics

Postby jarbo03 » Fri Jan 24, 2014 8:51 am

Rick wrote:Though I suppose snipe and rails might also qualify, **** are the only commonly considered "upland" birds left in this part of the country, and we've hit them fairly hard this year. But it's tough to get an interesting picture of a brown flushing dog working in good **** cover:
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Not good conditions for a great pic. That is another bird I would like to hunt, need to mark it off my list.
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Re: Upland pics

Postby hudson » Fri Feb 07, 2014 8:55 pm

U Killin me rick.imma hit indian bayou and sherburne next year.heard it holds the majority of wintering birds in louisiana.hopefully I'll have me a ou 20 gauge too by then
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Re: Upland pics

Postby banknote » Fri Feb 07, 2014 10:05 pm

I brought my 20ga out for a walk and we found a few snipe along the marsh edges as the snow started to pile up. Dog was stoked I actually hit one.
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Re: Upland pics

Postby Rick » Sat Feb 08, 2014 12:11 pm

hudson wrote:U Killin me rick.imma hit indian bayou and sherburne next year.heard it holds the majority of wintering birds in louisiana.hopefully I'll have me a ou 20 gauge too by then


When Indian Bayou was still a private deer club, I had friends who belonged just for the **** hunting and had a lot of fun there. Also hunted Sherburne fairly often when I lived in Lafayette, too. Both were much less north wind dependent than where I hunt outside the Basin, now.
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Re: Upland pics

Postby Rick » Sat Feb 08, 2014 12:19 pm

banknote wrote:I brought my 20ga out for a walk and we found a few snipe along the marsh edges as the snow started to pile up. Dog was stoked I actually hit one.
incratewithsnipe.JPG


One year a fellow gave me three 5 gallon buckets of 20ga lead shells his dead father had hoarded, and I burned a lot of them while tracking my shells per 8 snipe limit taking shots as they came, rather than cherry picking. Think the best may have been something like 18, but I seem to have blacked out the worst...
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Re: Upland pics

Postby banknote » Sat Feb 08, 2014 10:07 pm

Rick wrote:
banknote wrote:I brought my 20ga out for a walk and we found a few snipe along the marsh edges as the snow started to pile up. Dog was stoked I actually hit one.
incratewithsnipe.JPG


One year a fellow gave me three 5 gallon buckets of 20ga lead shells his dead father had hoarded, and I burned a lot of them while tracking my shells per 8 snipe limit taking shots as they came, rather than cherry picking. Think the best may have been something like 18, but I seem to have blacked out the worst...

I took four shots at two snipe and got one using steel 7s. Usually I only get one shot at a bird, but I whiffed three times on one that got up out front and kind of circled me. The next one I got my shot in early and hit her before she zagged. I miss a whole lot more of them than I hit.
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