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Wild bird hunters

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#1 OFFLINE   Kroil



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Posted 02/05/13 - 07:34 PM

Any serious ruff hunters here? Or prairie grouse/wild huns?

We are a few of the rare ones if you are.

#2 OFFLINE   Spent Brass

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Posted 02/05/13 - 08:42 PM

I do some grouse hunting in Wayne county pa but numbers are way down from what they were.Saw alittle upswing innumbers last year.
Hunting and fishing is not a sport to me its a way of life:rock:

#3 Male OFFLINE   MikeP


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Posted 02/05/13 - 10:15 PM

I spend every weekend in October and the first one or two of November chasing grouse. I'm a glutton for punishment :banghead: :banghead:

"A Dog, a Gun and Time Enough"....George Bird Evans

#4 Male OFFLINE   Tika270


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Posted 02/10/13 - 08:29 AM

I haven't hunt grouse in a long time. Do hunt the woodcock really hard.
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#5 Male OFFLINE   Bucksnbows


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Posted 02/10/13 - 09:40 AM

Yes, mostly in PA on two separate annual trips, but it looks like my buddy's new farm outside Cooperstown, NY has some decent grouse and woodcock habitat that make make an annual list of destinations for a few of us and our trained dogs. I still have some NJ land to grouse hunt in, but I don't hunt grouse nearly as much here as I once did until we can create more habitat for them. Woodcock in NJ are where you find them and remain more or less plentiful if you look in the right places.

#6 OFFLINE   troutandpheasanthunter



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Posted 02/11/13 - 08:08 PM

Had a few grouse fly past me turkey hunting on a friends land in NY
Never got a shot on any but would love to give grouse hunting a shot one day

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