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    So I have a job interview in Moscow ID later this month. Am considering it. Since I have never been that far north, how is the wild bird hunting around there and about 2 hours around? I am not afraid to travel but I also like quick hunts before and/or after work.

    This is one strong consideration for the area.l

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    From the bit of poking around I've done (internet scouting) it seems like you should be able to find grouse, quail, and pheasants in huntable numbers and of course chuks in the snake river gorge (hope your legs and lungs are in good shape). Hopefully Driggs see's this and can give you a little more first hand account.

    Or possibly Koja as he's probably closer to there than Driggs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quail hound View Post
    From the bit of poking around I've done (internet scouting) it seems like you should be able to find grouse, quail, and pheasants in huntable numbers and of course chuks in the snake river gorge (hope your legs and lungs are in good shape). Hopefully Driggs see's this and can give you a little more first hand account.

    Or possibly Koja as he's probably closer to there than Driggs.
    I am not too worried about the gorge. That is what I live for!!! I guess I will find out at the end of the month when I fly out the interview. I plan on going to some of the local gun stores and fishing shops to ask around.

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    Just returned from Moscow/Pullman area. Looks like I will be moving there in a year!!! Looks like Salmon/Chukar for dinner!!!!

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    Well how was the first fall, in your new area?
    "It takes birds to make a bird dog"

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    I arrived here 11 days ago. First friday in town, skiing at lookout, Saturday Craig Mtn WMA for chukar/huns. Chukar again today, Grouse tomorrow.

    Pics from today





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    Magnificent shot of the dogs and the landscape!

    (My legs starting aching as I looked at it longer. )

    Hope life is great there for you and yours.
    Kis
    For hunters, Fall is the island towards which we swim all year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsppurist View Post
    I arrived here 11 days ago. First friday in town, skiing at lookout, Saturday Craig Mtn WMA for chukar/huns. Chukar again today, Grouse tomorrow.

    Pics from today




    Where did you find the vests? What are they made of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsppurist View Post
    I arrived here 11 days ago. First friday in town, skiing at lookout, Saturday Craig Mtn WMA for chukar/huns. Chukar again today, Grouse tomorrow.
    Still going to be doing your annual SW NoDak trips? We so look forward to that well put together video slide show you produce. now we will expect some chukar videos as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by birdshooter View Post
    Still going to be doing your annual SW NoDak trips? We so look forward to that well put together video slide show you produce. now we will expect some chukar videos as well
    Thanks for the comments. I had my gopro but the batteries went out in a matter of seconds.

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