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  1. #11
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    Nice job Chief. Dogs are looking good too. Yeah I still hunt my usual spots but I've been hitting more of the out of the way WIA's and some of the PF corners.
    Just a boy and his dogs.

  2. #12
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    Nov 2017
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    Parker, CO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uplandhunter67 View Post
    Great job Chief! The dogs look as happy as you do. Is that a featherweight or a Grade III Citori?
    Good eye Uplandhunter, it is a Citori Feather. Great gun to carry all day but it will put a hurting on you if you try to shoot a round of sporting clays with it!

    Todd

  3. #13
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    Sep 2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyChief View Post
    Good eye Uplandhunter, it is a Citori Feather. Great gun to carry all day but it will put a hurting on you if you try to shoot a round of sporting clays with it!

    Todd
    I carry a 28” Superlight. The Citori swings like a dream.

    Good luck on your outings!
    Matt
    "When I am not hunting I am thinking about hunting. Hunting is on my mind because it is in my blood."
    -- Jim Shockey

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    Quote Originally Posted by sig_mech View Post
    Wednesday morning, 7am, and I'm sitting in traffic on 225. Gawd! I hate this road. Two and a half hours later and I pull up to my first field only to find two good friends walking out of it. Duke and I jump out of the truck and meet up with J and his new GSP pup Blue, and R, who recently lost his GSP Sage. They tell me they put up birds but they just couldn't seem to knock them down. We load up and head over to our "go to" field. It's about 45 degrees with a slight breeze and the dogs get birdy as soon as we let them out. Long story short , the hens are holding tight and the roosters are letting us get closer than usual. After some great points and nice flushes we have nothing to show for our troubles. All three of us couldn't shoot straight and our dogs are mad as heck. The Three Stooges would have been proud of us. J & R had to head back to Denver so Duke and I kept hunting. Luck shone down on us as the temp dropped, the wind picked up and light flurries started to fall. Now this is my kind of pheasant weather. I still had to burn a ton of shoe leather and, once again it took me until last light to limit but it was another successful day.
    Yellow lab.right on.thats what my dog is.My son has a black lab.We are Montana hunters.

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