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    .......So good reports of flushes a lot of misses however any in the bag yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farmer G View Post
    Mr Dufenshirtz needs a hand with all the woodcock, at least the shooting. Lol
    "I didn't spend six years in Evil Medical School to be called Mr." Dr. Evil in Austin Powers
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    Moved 3 in Hullet today. Still lots of leaves on the trees. Tough shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dilly View Post
    Moved 3 in Hullet today. Still lots of leaves on the trees. Tough shooting.
    I was at Hullett also today and moved one and couldn't get a clear shot.

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    Dog flushed 1 today in Prince Edward County but it was a ninja. I never even saw it - just heard that familiar twit twit twit sound as it took off.
    "You don't own a cocker, you wear one"

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    Had a good time at Hullet Friday am.
    Looking forward to going back.

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    Hunted WMU 87 this morning.
    Flushed 3 got 1.
    Without a dog this year so even bagging one was rewarding enough - gave myself a belly rub and walked back to the car.
    Lots of old scatt/chalk, only a few fresh signs.

    RB

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    5 wc flushed this am @ Hullett, 2 in the bag. Only scattered birds still.
    "The language of dogs and birds teaches you your own language."
    -- Jim Harrison (1937 - 2016)

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    11 flushes in Simcoe County this morning.

    WANTED: Scope mount for Beretta 390


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    Oct. 10th - in the Kawartha's my lab flushed 8 in about 2 hours of hunting. There was a full moon the night before. Will try again tomorrow.

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