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    Default Southwest Nebraska

    Headed to southwestern Nebraska tomorrow, this will be my first trip.Will be hunting some private, some public. Couple questions, are sandburrs an issue there?? Good restaurant around Mccook? Hope everyone is having a wonderful season.

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    We were in that area but a county east and didn’t run into sand burs , I would recommend having a role of duct tape in case you had to make up some on the fly . I have gotten into wheat fields in west part of Kansas and had to boot my dogs.

    Let us know how it goes , I bet hunting pressure very light this time of year .

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    Will do, thanks for the reply.

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    I know some guys from close to where I live that went one county east and said quail were thick, phez not so much

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    We got into both in decent numbers
    28980D8E-85BA-4D41-9BE0-5341C9725332.jpeg
    This was earlier in the season

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    Great pic, glad you found some birds!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KSBrittman View Post
    We got into both in decent numbers
    28980D8E-85BA-4D41-9BE0-5341C9725332.jpeg
    This was earlier in the season
    Hmmm posting old photos again KS.....lol!
    River - 2 yr old English Setter
    http://gundogcentral.com/view_pedigr...&generations=5
    Bella - 4 yr old Brittany
    http://gundogcentral.com/view_pedigr...&generations=5
    Ellie - 5 yr old Yellow Lab
    Jazi - 12/30/2005 -- 10/13/2017
    Kaci - 3/23/01 - -10/8/15

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    Today was first day, we found 4 coveys of quail and at least 300 phez. Crusty snow made stealth impossible and dogs feet sore. We were able to scratch out 7 quail and 3 roosters. Poor shooting or we could have had a few more.

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    Sounds like a great start !!! Let us know how the rest of the hunt goes and send a few pics !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbob131 View Post
    Today was first day, we found 4 coveys of quail and at least 300 phez. Crusty snow made stealth impossible and dogs feet sore. We were able to scratch out 7 quail and 3 roosters. Poor shooting or we could have had a few more.
    Definitely a great start to your hunt. I had a great hunt in that area back in mid November. As KS said share some pics if you can.
    River - 2 yr old English Setter
    http://gundogcentral.com/view_pedigr...&generations=5
    Bella - 4 yr old Brittany
    http://gundogcentral.com/view_pedigr...&generations=5
    Ellie - 5 yr old Yellow Lab
    Jazi - 12/30/2005 -- 10/13/2017
    Kaci - 3/23/01 - -10/8/15

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