Crow season

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  1. jpattersonnh

    jpattersonnh Active Member

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  2. Georgiahunter

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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?
     

  3. jpattersonnh

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    You've never eaten crow? Your not married then!:rolleyes:
    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.
     
  4. robocop10mm

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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.
     
  5. treehugger49

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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.
     
  6. hiwall

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    I do miss hunting crows!!! none down here.
     
  7. 303tom

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    I Hate Crows...................
     
  8. Win73

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    Crow season is whenever I get one in my sights!
     
  9. Georgiahunter

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    Yea, I looked it up after I posted. I meant to say no limit, sorry for giving false information.
     
  10. cottontop

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    Crow season ends tomorrow here in central Florida. It opens again in August.
    cottontop
     
  11. 7mmstw

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    Love me some crow hunting
     
  12. 303tom

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    That is a GOOD Crow, A dead one................
     
  13. 7mmstw

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    243 win, in a Remington 1967 model 700 var/targ. 58grn vmax in front of 39.5 grns of Varget and federal gold medal primers. Keeps around .2 moa
     
  14. theropinfool

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    You must have dumber crows. Damn things fly soon as you stop the pickup out here. No season at least. Once in a great while you can get a decent shot but it's usually 200+ yards. Ledbetter did 270 one out of the air once though.
     
  15. Ledbetter84

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    First true thing you've said about me in weeks!
     
  16. theropinfool

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    Other than your hippie ex girlfriend making you sell you guns and the sore nut-itis?
     
  17. Marlinman

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    I didnt know you were that good a shot led.......im thinkin you let ropin shoot it then took the credit;) i usually call em in the 12 ga the piss out of em. Or shoot em out of trees w my 22 mag

    God didnt make all men equal colonel Sam Colt did
     
  18. Ledbetter84

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    I wouldn't have believed it if rope hadn't seen it either. 100 yards off, wind blowing fast enough the crow could just float. So I aimed about a foot in front of him and he dropped. We both jumped outta the truck so fast cause we were in shock.

    The crows here "know" when you are armed... Like he says stop the truck and they are gone! Unless you don't have your rifle.
     
  19. Marlinman

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    Ya its gettin that way here.

    God didnt make all men equal colonel Sam Colt did
     
  20. Durangokid

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    The reason you can make these great shots on crows is? The Utah Crows are bigger and slower than other crows.:confused:
     

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