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Old 01-06-2010, 05:49 AM
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Results from my Pheasant Hunt

I went up to Wakita Ok yesterday for some pheasant hunting

Here are a couple pics of some of the birds



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thats awesome! looks like you guys did pretty well. Do you have a dog trained or do you do it the hard way with plenty of beer? lol
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thats awesome! looks like you guys did pretty well. Do you have a dog trained or do you do it the hard way with plenty of beer? lol
Ya we did pretty good, We ended up with 12 birds
We had 6 dogs, I dont like retrieving.......
but most of them were trained to Duck Hunt

We had plenty of beer too
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haha thats a lot of dogs. Kinda cool how they thrain them. My buddy trains his own dogs. He has a pidgeon coop with a bunch of dove. He will take the dogs to the woods with a couple of the dove in his pocket. He tucks the bids wings so it cant fly, shakes it around so its dizzy and launches it as far as he can right after he fires the gun lol. and the crazy thing is the birds will always fly home once he releases them!
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haha thats a lot of dogs. Kinda cool how they thrain them. My buddy trains his own dogs. He has a pidgeon coop with a bunch of dove. He will take the dogs to the woods with a couple of the dove in his pocket. He tucks the bids wings so it cant fly, shakes it around so its dizzy and launches it as far as he can right after he fires the gun lol. and the crazy thing is the birds will always fly home once he releases them!
I love to watch a good dog work

Damn, thats crazy I cant believe they come back
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Watching a dog work is awesome. Nice shooting
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i head up to South Dakota every year for the same thing. Gorgeous birds, great hunting, and an all around great time!
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Watching a dog work is awesome. Nice shooting
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i head up to South Dakota every year for the same thing. Gorgeous birds, great hunting, and an all around great time!
My dad went up to North Dakota a month or two ago, I didnt get to go, I had to work
Hopefully I can make it next year
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Nice work Wes! I'd love to find a place that I can afford to hunt Pheasant
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Nice! Thanks for sharing. That's one thing I haven't done yet but it's on my list
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