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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 With the opener coming up I went back and found some of my previous years quail pictures. Enjoy.... Get out Saturday ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelulu View Post
    With the opener coming up I went back and found some of my previous years quail pictures. Enjoy....















    Get out Saturday and make some memories!
    That first picture? I didn't know they made quail that big.
    :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Settertude View Post
    That first picture? I didn't know they made quail that big.
    :-)
    I had to shoot some of them twice!
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    Opening weekend was tough weather-wise but somewhat productive. Don't let what you read fool you. There's birds to be found in the Panhandle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelulu View Post
    Opening weekend was tough weather-wise but somewhat productive. Don't let what you read fool you. There's birds to be found in the Panhandle.
    Absolutely there are birds to be found. Despite the ODW report, I personally saw a hatch in October while driving in my hunt areas. The official report questioned if there were gong to be quail numbers increase.
    The road surveys are questionable but that is all they have, and they admitted there may be some issues with the lush vegetation that didn't allow proper documentation.
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    I'd like to be able to go and find that covey I step into the middle of in the dark going to or coming from my deer stand. Never seem to be there in the daylight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by murphranch View Post
    I'd like to be able to go and find that covey I step into the middle of in the dark going to or coming from my deer stand. Never seem to be there in the daylight.

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    A group of pheasant will make you shat your pants walking to the stand in the dark much more than Quail. Trust me, I've experienced both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelulu View Post
    Opening weekend was tough weather-wise but somewhat productive. Don't let what you read fool you. There's birds to be found in the Panhandle.

    Im just itching to get the new pup out there.
    Last year we had no problem finding some birds.
    Soon.
    Congrats on a fine opener. I thought it best to wait a while.
    It’s tough with one old dog and one new one....Limbo.

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    Birds are way down in Beckham County for sure. Hope there are some to be found elsewhere.

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    I’d heard the numbers were down in that that area. The Panhandle seems to have maintained though.
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    I took Max the new pup and old Tucker out to Copan the other day. It took the third stop before finding what I think is good cover, but by then Tucker was done and young Max was near done as well.
    We had a good run with Max continuing to show promise. He is bold and gets out there plenty at 4 months. No birds were killed or shot at, but we did take the opportunity to move beyond primered hulls to 16 gauge lights and Max only came to attention--no fear, no flinch. All is well.
    I was hoping to find some birds, but that is alright--plenty of time.
    Tucker locked up once, but I could tell by his posture it was old scent. The good news is little Max backed him. A pretty and welcome sight.
    Every moment is a learning experience for a puppy and each to be cherished.
    Sorry--I'm terrible wit pictures.
    All of this western stuff is so new and exciting. Lots to figure out for this NH Yankee Grouse and Woodcock hunter.
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