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Dog Porn. What gets a bird hunter breathing hard and fast with a faraway look and a dreamy smile?
on 3/3/2014 4:42:37 AM • Rank (0) • Views (0) •
Yes. I said the P word. Right here on the family channel. We bird hunters can look at pictures like this and get excited about next year this year dogs we have dogs we had dogs we want and dogs we wish we could afford. We see thickets with bobs and woods with Ruffs ditches with Roosters rock faces with red legged devils and sage brush with chuck...
Singing the Blues in New Mexico
on 2/27/2014 1:53:03 AM • Rank (2) • Views (2) •
We opened the back of the Beast and it became readily apparent the drought hit the area very hard! Still in the throes of a hot summer and little rain the vegetation was only a distant memory of what it once was. We wondered if there were any birds to be had at all in the area. Cap Ruby Ace and Bandit hunted hard and really did a good job with t...
Review: Upland Sportsman Sling
on 2/6/2014 9:14:58 PM • Rank (3) • Views (3) •
I was contacted by the nice folks at Upland Sportsman ( http://uplandsportsman.com/ ) a few months ago and asked to try out their hunting sling. At the time I really didn't think it would be for me but agreed to give it a shot (no pun intended here). One thing led to another and I took it on my latest hunting trip to NE OK AZ and NM. Shown are...
Mearns Quail. Elusive Unique Beautiful. Harlequin Quail of The Border.
on 1/30/2014 12:12:54 AM • Rank (6) • Views (6) •
We moved from the cactus and crushed lava rock down to the southern border with Mexico and in to an altitude band of 4000-5800'. There we found the rarest of the quail in the United States Mearns Quail. It so happens this was a tremendous year for the birds. Through the grapevine of kindred bird hunters we heard the population was up and if we wa...
Quail quest 4- Missouri Quail Focus Areas
on 1/22/2014 5:02:44 PM • Rank (4) • Views (4) •
Bill White In spite of my advanced state of aging it was heartening during this last week of quail season to be with hunters in their mid-20s and 30s. The very best hunts I have had this year occurred at the end of the 2013-14 season and prompted my older son Adam to start looking for a bird dog of his own. Adam’s childhood friends like to bird hu...
Gambels Quail in Arizona- Running Devils.
on 1/22/2014 4:59:05 AM • Rank (6) • Views (6) •
The drive from Oklahoma to Arizona is worth the ticket price! I loved every minute. Beautiful scenery and good road kept the trip interesting and was good for the dogs as well. Smooth roads keep them rested. Gambels country that we hunt has bed described as land where everything either pokes stings or bites you. I'm here to confirm that is corr...
The Cool Things You See On The Road! Sign Art in Mid-America.
on 1/18/2014 7:45:31 AM • Rank (7) • Views (7) •
EXACTLY halfway between Chicago and Los Angeles on old Route 66 (the same one you get your kicks on) is the little town of Adrian TX. It's a wide spot on the road that used to have a decent cafe now closed. I know exactly halfway because there is a line painted on the road that says just that. Also all around town these signs appear in yards on t...
Oklahoma Late Season Quail
on 1/14/2014 10:30:37 AM • Rank (8) • Views (8) •
We heard parts of Oklahoma had the rains this year. A quick call to the DNR confirmed the rainfall rumor and the possibility of a triple hatch! That was the good news. The bad news is that the bird numbers were down so far it will take several years to get back to the normal years of the past. It mattered not to this bird hunted. After Nebraska t...
Late Season Pheasant Hunt or Who Needs a Therapist? I Have a Dog!
on 1/10/2014 1:02:06 PM • Rank (5) • Views (5) •
Champ and Ace have them pinned down Scott got one of my puppies by Ace and I delivered him El J in November. While I was there we went out and hunted a little bit. His Brittanies are very nice well conditioned well mannered in the field and a pleasure to hunt behind. Ace on the retrieve. I managed to invite myself back a few months later.... He...
Quail Quest 3 - Central Missouri
on 1/8/2014 11:31:10 AM • Rank (4) • Views (4) •
Bill White A friend of mine in Osage County has restored the woodlands on his property and converted about 40 acres of fescue to one of the most diverse stands of native wildflowers and grasses that I have ever seen. The quail turkeys and other wildlife have definitely responded. this landowner burns at least 1/2 of his farm each year but the burn...
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