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This is a discussion on Upland hunting pictures within the Upland Game Birds forums, part of the Hunting, Fishing & Outdoors category; Originally Posted by Kelulu Sharptail Grouse Woodcock Ruffed Grouse My Michigan trifecta taken October 2018. Not much meat on a woodcock, but I've killed a ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelulu View Post


    Sharptail Grouse



    Woodcock



    Ruffed Grouse

    My Michigan trifecta taken October 2018.
    Not much meat on a woodcock, but I've killed a couple in Oklahoma. Man, they are fast and like to fly in the trees.
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    Nothing compares to walking to the stand in the dark with no light on, half asleep and flushing a covey of quail at your feet. That will get the blood bumping quick, adrenaline pumping at cardiac arrest levels and the need for fresh skivvies.
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    Its bad enough with dogs on point and you are holding a shotgun in the daylight.

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    Hunting buddies are made from experiences shared that cannot be explained. Human or canine, a bond is formed that only the lucky few will know and when you loose that buddy, the memory will last for the rest of your days.
    America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullbuster View Post
    Nothing compares to walking to the stand in the dark with no light on, half asleep and flushing a covey of quail at your feet. That will get the blood bumping quick, adrenaline pumping at cardiac arrest levels and the need for fresh skivvies.
    It's been so long since I've heard a covey of quail, it's put me in the hospital!!!
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    Quail are making a comeback of sorts. The days when a ten covey day was the norm are gone with modern farming practices.
    Now it only takes one season of drought or heavy rains at the wrong time during the nesting season to screw up the quail population for a couple of years.
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    With the opener coming up I went back and found some of my previous years quail pictures. Enjoy....















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    The earliest one of me hunting I could find!

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    Nice pics! That cat is mount worthy.
    When is the opener? We have some of the new OLAP areas around my area. They look ripe for quail and pheasant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dennishoddy View Post
    Nice pics! That cat is mount worthy.
    When is the opener? We have some of the new OLAP areas around my area. They look ripe for quail and pheasant.
    Saturday, November 10.

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