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Old 02-16-2012, 09:16 PM   #1
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Old 02-16-2012, 09:22 PM   #2
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There's a season in NH for crows? I'm pretty sure crow season is year round in Georgia. Just what do you do with the crows after you kill them?
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There's a season in NH for crows? I'm pretty sure crow season is year round in Georgia. Just what do you do with the crows after you kill them?
You've never eaten crow? Your not married then!
We pile them up and wait for the coyotes! Then we slit the coyotes open and leave them in the field to draw in crows. Nice little circle.
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Texas has a crow season, it is called daytime, or nighttime if you prefer. It is just hard to see them at night.
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There's a season in NH for crows? I'm pretty sure crow season is year round in Georgia. Just what do you do with the crows after you kill them?
Nope, crow season in Georgia is from Nov 5 - Feb 29 (2011-2012 season).
If you are incurring agricultural damage they may be taken outside of those dates.
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I do miss hunting crows!!! none down here.
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I Hate Crows...................
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Crow season is whenever I get one in my sights!
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Nope, crow season in Georgia is from Nov 5 - Feb 29 (2011-2012 season).
If you are incurring agricultural damage they may be taken outside of those dates.
Yea, I looked it up after I posted. I meant to say no limit, sorry for giving false information.
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Crow season ends tomorrow here in central Florida. It opens again in August.
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