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    Lets get something started in our Ohio..I have English Pointers and a surrogator in operation at this time. I raise phes and quail on my farm and stock several in my area. hunting is fair to good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beaglebob1 View Post
    Lets get something started in our Ohio..I have English Pointers and a surrogator in operation at this time. I raise phes and quail on my farm and stock several in my area. hunting is fair to good.
    bobby g
    you got the right breed of dog but your hunting in the wrong state my man KANSAS is where its at!

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    I have to agree with u. But thats a long way from Cincinnati. I do hope to get a few trips in this year maybe kansas should be one of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by only a pointer View Post
    you got the right breed of dog but your hunting in the wrong state my man KANSAS is where its at!
    Don't listen to OAP, he's crazy. Kansas doesn't have any pheasants at all, we just have some exotic ditch parrots that look like and sound like pheasants. Welcome to the site and enjoy it!

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    Never been to Kansas, any suggestions for a first timer to the state?
    thx bobby g

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    if you're gonna drive to Kansas from Ohio you might as well go north to SD, you won't be disappointed. Opening day in Ohio we got up 10 roosters and killed 4 (2 people) on public ground. A few years ago a friend of mine who always hunts SD, hit Kansas for the opener. His son had a contact and they hunted private ground. I think they killed one bird over the weekend. But then again I use pointing labs so the pheasant sometimes come out of the cover with their wings up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steele View Post
    if you're gonna drive to Kansas from Ohio you might as well go north to SD, you won't be disappointed. Opening day in Ohio we got up 10 roosters and killed 4 (2 people) on public ground. A few years ago a friend of mine who always hunts SD, hit Kansas for the opener. His son had a contact and they hunted private ground. I think they killed one bird over the weekend. But then again I use pointing labs so the pheasant sometimes come out of the cover with their wings up.
    it depends on if you want a mixed bag hunt kansas has tons more quail than sd and you might even luck out and kill a chicken to each is own ks where its at my man well unless you drive on trough like me and head towards the beach in cali im hunting bunnies all winter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by steele View Post
    if you're gonna drive to Kansas from Ohio you might as well go north to SD, you won't be disappointed. Opening day in Ohio we got up 10 roosters and killed 4 (2 people) on public ground. A few years ago a friend of mine who always hunts SD, hit Kansas for the opener. His son had a contact and they hunted private ground. I think they killed one bird over the weekend. But then again I use pointing labs so the pheasant sometimes come out of the cover with their wings up.
    What part of Ohio? I have time to go to both KS and SD this winter. I own my company and winters are spent working on equipment for the next construction season. On another note seeing a lot of quail and phes from the surrogator releases. Had the dogs out last week and they where finding them.
    quail are flying ok just not very far, Phes are another story, they are leaving the country.I have about 500 acres around my little 35 acres most of it is woods, beans, corn and a bunch of grown up areas. Should make for a few hunts.

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    kansas is where it is at for anything you want to hunt just don't be one of those guys who shows up on opening weekend for the first time and expect a slauter it wont happen unless you have peaple here that you know and even then its a gamble on the opening weekend we get alot of peaple here in this state on that weekend
    A Bird in the hand is worth 2 in the bush

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