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    Was out today for some late season pheasants. Had to cover a lot of ground to get a rooster to cooperate, but on such a nice day, it was worth it.



    Anyone else still "plugging along"?

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    Love that dog

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    Nice work Steve

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    Nice..job

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    To busy to make it out recently, but nice to see some have been making it out. Congats on the bag.

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    I will be out Thursday but unfortunately yes, it’s coming to an end for this year.
    Iím suspicious of people who don't like dogs, but I trust a dog who doesn't like a person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass View Post
    Love that dog

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    it it helps to love him as you get the faint whiff of skunk when he walks by, and when you have to pull yet another porcupine quill out of his face weeks after he’s been to multiple vets.
    Last edited by dilly; November 27th, 2019 at 11:13 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dilly View Post
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    it it helps to love him as you get the faint whiff of skunk when he walks by, and when you have to pull yet another porcupine quill out of his face weeks after heís been to multiple vets.
    Good job Dilly, looks like a great day! I am pretty much done for the season for the most part, although I might still sneak out for grouse if time permits.
    Cant complain, itís been a pretty good year for me.
    Lorenzo

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    Anyone else still "plugging along"?

    Surprised any upland hunters would be slowing down right now. Why wouldnít you hunt grouse in December? Prettiest time of year to be in the woods, get an extra month at a pastime you have thousands of $ invested in, get to hunt real wild birds and the dogs are sharpened up on the pen reared birds...Iíll be going as hard as time and gas money permits for the next 5 weeks.

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