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Old 11-15-2010, 02:00 PM   #1
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I'm bored, so I think I'll go out this morning for some quail, chuckar and rabbits. A little cool this morning with a slight breeze, so it should be a good hunt, just me, myself and I.

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Old 11-15-2010, 03:07 PM   #2
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sounds like dinner!! Good luck!

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Well, did a lot of driving to and from many of my old spots with not much luck. Only brought home two rabbits and three quail. Will go out again this morning to one of the best spots, Camp Cady preserve, which is overseen by Quail Unlimited and DFG. If I can stay out of the manzanita thickets I should come home with limits of quail and cottontail. Soon as I wake my other half up at 6:00 to start her day, I'll head out again.......

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Only 3 quail and no rabbits this morning. Got a lot of exersize though, I guess thats a good thing.

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Quail are getting hard to find in most parts of KY. At least you found a few.

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