So Mason,there from Tibet? that is way cool,when they called them Tennessee Reds I figured they just came from that part of the Country,Me and Craig where talking about it today,and neither one of us had heard of them before,Thanks for the Info! They where one of the greatest flying Quail I have ever hunted.They put out a couple for free for me,but there supplier wanted as much for them as Pheasant,the owner said NO Thanks and got them for the same price as Bob-white..out of 450 birds he got 50 of them,The owner of the club I hunt is real smart and has birds come in 5 times a week to keep them fresh,doesn't even have to buy much feed,Quail will go down hill real fast as soon as you get them from the breeder,so they turn them over every day or two. It's great..We have the fastest,Freshest, healthiest birds I've ever seen at any club.
I've hunted a lot of Clubs,I like to put my dog on a lot of birds,I'll spread them out over 20-40 acres,Depending on how many to make it challenging for him,He only missed one set of Doubles today we found the other set first shot,180% in opposite directions.Three shots,I missed the first one once,I was jumpy with the last one going down at 50 yards in one shot,He was just to whooped at the end to keep looking,We had all 8 Chucker and 7 of the 10 Quail on the first pass.Took a break and only found the other Red after that,in about 4-5 more passes,I had even used my GPS to follow my steps to see where I was missing,but he just pooped-out on me,and I was with him....Pooped.