Anyone getting excited for the pheasant hunt yet?
There are THREE now!? :shock:12 Volt Man said:Those last three wild pheasants are getting the jitters. :lol:
There are THREE now!? :shock:TEX-O-BOB said:[quote="12 Volt Man":225a3]Those last three wild pheasants are getting the jitters. :lol:
Opening day, 27 and 6 were roosters or at least had tails. I am sure some juveniles got up we just counted as hens. Although, that was an exceptional day, but plenty for a limit! I am not saying the hunting is great, it just isn't that hard getting a limit of birds.TEX-O-BOB said:How many pheasants did you guys move last year in a WHOLE WEEKEND of hunting? 15 was it? 3 of which were roosters... :?
In the first field, on the first day, in the first ten minutes, my dog will point 15 pheasants in one spot. And that's two weeks into the season, on PUBLIC ground. Just name the midwestern state.(Kansas last year doesn't count)
The pheasant hunting in this state WAS great.....40 years ago...
:lol: :lol: :lol: Borat! Is that you!? :shock: :lol: :lol: :lol:dkhntrdstn said:i seen three on sunday. it lookied like two roosters and a hen. they where lucky it was not there time or they would have been dead.there making ther making ther comeback not..
Yes... yes I do. :lol: Its not PSG or Farmington and its not pen raised "wild" birds they let go in Brigham City either... I don't know that I'll hunt them but if I do, I'll be in chest waders, prepared to get all sorts of muddy. 8) I've seen them several times over the years but won't actually chase them on purpose until this season.sagebrush said:you know where some are on public land?