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  1. #11
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    That picture of the kids walking down the road was great made me smile

    Thanks for posting them

  2. #12
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    My party of 8 had a great shoot Saturday We hunted private ground in Seward County Shot 19 roosters and 18 quail. Could of should of done better if it wasnít for the wind Today our party of shot 11 roosters and 5 quail

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    4 guys hunted the Herington area with not much luck, 4 pheasants and 3 quail for the weekend. The drought this spring really hurt the birds and the cover, along with the snow not much to hunt. Plus that area is big cattle country and the native grass was grazed down to nothing.

    Gary

  4. #14
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    Great photo's. Thanks for posting.

  5. #15
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    We only hunted Sunday. Spent Saturday watching a really bad football game in Manhattan.

    6 guys in central Kansas and we killed 3 roosters by 1:00. We saw one covey, but we left it alone. Saw enough birds to keep it interesting and to keep us going, but not much more than that. The cover is outstanding, but birds just aren't there like I hoped.

    Our big trip is this weekend out farther west. Hoping for better numbers.

  6. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesy View Post
    My new 100 year old 16 guage. 1 ounce of 5s at 1185 worked on these two pointed roosters(and a few quail).

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    This guy woke up in the wrong side of the bed.

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    My boy posing with our birds.

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    Milo getting it done

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    First of the day

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    Looks like new double is a simson?

  7. #17
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    Our Saturday was 6 adults, 2 middle schoolers. We shot 4 roosters and a handful of quail. Definitely should have killed a few more roosters. Sunday 5 and 1 got 3 roosters and a few more quail. Enough to keep it interesting, but definitely not a ton of birds where we were.

  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by James O View Post
    Looks like new double is a simson?
    It’s unmarked as far as maker. Some of the German gun gurus on some other forums said Sauer or Simson action then finished by others. I’d have to go find that post for the specifics. Fun little gun to carry all day.

  9. #19
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    Only hunted Saturday -2 guys 1 dog moved 5 coveys - 9 pheasants seen. First point of the year was a rooster and missed it at 15 yards. Shot 11 quail.
    -Mark

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    3 guys, Rooks County. There is a ton of ducks down. They were on every pond. So much rain this summer. Several north-south roads closed due to water running across them from draw to draw. Unbelievably cold and windy Saturday morning (18 with wind chill of 5). It was weird. We found birds exactly where they should have been in the morning and then they just kind of dried up. Couldn't find them in stubble or grass. Lots of milo is not cut and they just got 4 more inches of wet snow yesterday. Moved 6 coveys on 400 acres (private) and killed and found 6 roosters (lost one). We shot well and had most of our birds by 10:00 a.m.

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