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    Quote Originally Posted by UGUIDE View Post
    Reddog....SHHHHHHH!
    too late, I am so there Not really, I will be to SD for 1st time next October, got my ducks in a row $$$ so to speak! I wish I could add fishing but doubt that time will permit. Great pics Reddog!

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    Reddog, great pictures, WOW!!!
    Bilbo Baggins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilbo Baggins View Post
    Reddog, great pictures, WOW!!!
    Thanks..


    Since its the off season.... I got more if anyone wants to see them..

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    Very very nice. When I see photos like yours I'm reminded of the beatuy of this world and the awesome nature of the game we love to pursue.

    On top of it, what a day. Pheasants/Walleyes/smallies in one day!

    Great job. Thanks for sharing.
    "Through license fees and excise tax on arms and gear, sportsmen contribute over $200 million per year for wildlife conservation programs" (U.S. fish and wildlife service)

    http://www.pheasantfreaks.com

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    No Smallies, just pheasants and eyes two weeks ago.

    Heres the view from our patio



    Another favorite:





    I used to hunt these guys alot, but the mange and the coyotes have pretty much decimated the population. If there ever was an animal that got a bad rap, it was vulpes vuples.. I killed more than one man ever should, but they will always hold a soft spot in my heart. One of Gods greatest creatures..



    I love the solitude of the state! Theres not many times you can have 90 miles of river all to your self, but it happens here alot..


    The reason we're all here. Lets hope the strong pheasant hunting heritage continues in South Dakota for those that follow..


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    The sno hills pic seems to have been taken from the draw leading down to Snake Creek and the Platte Winner bridge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Buck View Post
    The sno hills pic seems to have been taken from the draw leading down to Snake Creek and the Platte Winner bridge?

    Close... about 40 miles north.. the bridge you see is the railroad bridge below Chamberlain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reddog View Post
    The pheasants and the walleyes were from the same day, about 40 miles apart...

    What more can a man ask for???


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    Quote Originally Posted by Live2Hunt View Post
    What more can a man ask for???


    I had the wife along also!

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    Quote Originally Posted by reddog View Post
    I had the wife along also!
    those photos are really high quality.....can you share what equipment you use?

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