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Thread: Halfway across the country...for pheasant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knik View Post
    Hey Jason, Sawyer said that he would trade you 2 ducks for every pheasant.......

    Lewis and John can sure cook the grub can't they?
    Sawyer can keep his ducks....unless he cooks them in that dutch oven.

    Lewis and John cooked some great food. Their spaghetti was the absolute best I've ever eaten and the enchiladas weren't far behind. Great guys.
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    Jason was that Robert Mays that was with you? I would be careful hunting with that wild man. haha. We had sent me a message on facebook while I was in the woods deer hunting saying he was out there huntting. i told him i would take soem pheasent tails if he had any extra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodonthefly View Post
    Jason was that Robert Mays that was with you? I would be careful hunting with that wild man. haha. We had sent me a message on facebook while I was in the woods deer hunting saying he was out there huntting. i told him i would take soem pheasent tails if he had any extra.
    Rod, Robert was on the trip with us. He is a pretty good shot for someone who rarely shoots.

    I think the majority of the pheasant tails got grabbed up by one of the guys who wants to use them in his wedding next spring. Maybe he meant he was going to use them on the honeymoon.
    Jason

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    your pup on the bbed brings back memories... When we used to hunt our labs for pheasants and quail when I lived up north, the dogs would hunt forever. As soon as we would put them back in the truck they would be sleeping. It was almost instantanious, they would jump in the cab, curl up against us, and the eyes would shut. Our dogs were spoiled and road in the truck with us, and lived in the house with us as well. when we would get home, we would lay out our hunting clothes and thee dogs would sleep on them, sommetimes for 2 days. Only getting up to eat and go to the bathroom. A good bird dog puts more into a day of hunting than we probably do all season combined, and I believe they truly love the hunts...possibly more than we do...

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    Great pictures J. Kinda wish I wish i was already back there. Now on to grouse season I gues.

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    Great report and great pictures. I haven't been pheasant hunting in a coon's age, and you have brought back some great memories of my youth!

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    Ms. Annie and I are jealous. Nice photos. Looks like you had a great time. Good for you. Wonderful memories to have for rocking chair years.

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    Good stuff there Jason, I miss hunting when I see photos like that
    "Have no fear of perfection - you'll never reach it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyman View Post
    Good stuff there Jason, I miss hunting when I see photos like that
    Speaking of......how's Dillie doing? Are you going to put in that hot tub she asked for for chirstmas?

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    Dillie is doing fine, I just bought her a new PS3 for Christmas.
    http://www.ww.com/dilliecam
    "Have no fear of perfection - you'll never reach it."
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