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Thread: Is it time too start the woodcock watch thread?

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    I saw redwings and robins, no wc yet.
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    They better stay put
    4 ft of snow in the bush here yet.
    Night time temps still in the mid -14 to -15

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    Based on the forecast I hope they brought their snowshoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Tufts View Post
    Headed to one of our training covers down by the lake today. Snow is all gone there. Report to follow, if I can keep track of this crazy youngster I'm training. :-)
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    Based on the forecast I hope they brought their snowshoes.
    Did you come across any?
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    I saw grackles in town this week. I took the britt to a local spot where I find woodcock yesterday. There's still about 80% snow ground coverage. No woodcock yet.
    A bad day hunting is still better than a good day at work!
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    20171120_183138.jpgAnxiously waiting in anticipation for their arrival.
    Last edited by sidelock; March 2nd, 2018 at 12:43 PM.

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    Flushed 1 today out back. Didn't get a good look at it but it was a pretty unmistakable sound.
    "You don't own a cocker, you wear one"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass View Post
    Flushed 1 today out back. Didn't get a good look at it but it was a pretty unmistakable sound.
    I find a dove flushing from the ground is surprisingly close especially when you are anxiously awaiting their arrival.
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    We have lots of doves too but this was unmistakable. Just wish I could've seen him for a little longer between the trees. We were in a great spot. It's pretty wet ground in the woods behind the house with a mix of meadows, fields, a big winding creek and hardwoods. Wish I could hunt it but it's not a huge distance to town.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass View Post
    We have lots of doves too but this was unmistakable. Just wish I could've seen him for a little longer between the trees. We were in a great spot. It's pretty wet ground in the woods behind the house with a mix of meadows, fields, a big winding creek and hardwoods. Wish I could hunt it but it's not a huge distance to town.
    Wouldn't fret not being able to hunt it. Having a spot close to home to work the dog is more enjoyable and beneficial for conditioning than being able to hunt it.
    Time in the outdoors is never wasted

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