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  1. #41
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    Looks to me like you had a pretty nice hunt. Thanks for sharing the pics.

  2. #42
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    Can this be considered a field lunch? Like a shore lunch with fresh caught walleye?

    Had a great point on him, and an even better retrieve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharBroiled View Post
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    Can this be considered a field lunch? Like a shore lunch with fresh caught walleye?

    Had a great point on him, and an even better retrieve.
    I love it. Nothing better than a shore lunch!

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    This was from Saturday in the SW part of the state. We got into plenty of birds when we found the right combination of cover and food. Friday we had 5 roosters and 6 quail, and saturday was a 2 man limit of roosters and 5 quail. Fun weekend for us. Two solid days of hunting was rough on my buddy's dogs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cbass12 View Post
    This was from Saturday in the SW part of the state. We got into plenty of birds when we found the right combination of cover and food. Friday we had 5 roosters and 6 quail, and saturday was a 2 man limit of roosters and 5 quail. Fun weekend for us. Two solid days of hunting was rough on my buddy's dogs.
    Yeah tough on tough dogs. Ranger out a couple weeks. Bandit is healed up and ready to roll.

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    Kansas Opener - 3 hunters, 2 Brittanys and a few missed shots

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    Everything was fried up and eaten that night including a couple of rabbits
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    My tag along hunting buddy is ready to go
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    2x NSTRA Champ Katie can still hold her own at almost 10 years old
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    Young Rey has the nose and the run, still working on the retrieve part
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    Found this spread out covey on the way back to the truck at sun down. We let them go peacefully so they could hopefully get coveyed back up before dark.
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    Nothing like KS, but there are still a few birds to hunt in MO if you're willing to put in the work
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    Christmas Eve I decided to take a quick walk about on the family ranch in Chautauqua county for some quail. Only took about 15 minutes before I got into a huge covey of around 30 birds. Got one for the bag, but I’ll be back in after them later. I know where they live.

    *I have a couple of pictures to add, but I donít see the option to on my phone*

  9. #49
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAB7799 View Post
    Yeah those WIHA's always get hit hard. I hunt private ground up there and am always shocked at how many ppl I see hunting those WIHAs.

    Last year was the first year Iíd ever seen many hunters in that area.

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