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Old 10-27-2012, 03:32 AM   #1
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Default Any one go out for upland birds lately

I went out for pheasants today dog was on his game today we got up nine birds in just one and a half hours all in all good day



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Wow, that sounds like a great time - I am envious- no hunting this season due to a broken ankle
Where are you located?



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Washington sorry to here about the ankle just got the dog healthy again he go impaled with a stick or old fence post about a month ago u don't no how happy I am he is ok and hunting hard

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My setter is recovering from a "Sidewinder" bit to his nose. Causing some problems with his heart.


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I don't like to here about snack bites they are scary it is so easy to lose a good dog to a snack bite I had a dog that got a bite and I did not no he was acting fine I put him in the box for the ride home and when I got home he was in bad shape I got lucky I was able to get him to the vet in time but I almost lost him if we would of hunted any further from home that day and he got the bite he would have past

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Shot some dove awhile back. I really like the no limit on ring necks.

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Washington sorry to here about the ankle just got the dog healthy again he go impaled with a stick or old fence post about a month ago u don't no how happy I am he is ok and hunting hard
yeah, it sux not being able to get around easily, never mind screwing up hunting season! ouch about the dog - but glad to hear he is recovering nicely.
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Where are u with no limit on ring necks

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California (just to be clear we're both talking Eurasian Doves right?)


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