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Old January 23rd, 2016, 10:40 PM
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I try to get out a few times a year with my family. I am taking my Brittany to Texas for four days in late February this year - the quail population is way up this year.
Had a setter once. So beautiful watching her work a field.
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Used to hunt pheasant on Andrew Kellogg's estate /Hudson Farm there in Andover,NJ . http://www.hudsonfarmnj.com/ A bit of history. The creation of the Appalachian trail was dreamed up @ Hudson Farm in 1921. Its also the base for Griffin and Howe. Over the years they offered me some stupendously expensive guns to shoot (fine doubles only allowed) for the day. I'd show up with an LC Smith or my over under and they'd smile and hand me a Holland and Holland. http://griffinhowe.com/contact/shooting-school/
Very cool. My Berreta silver pigeon is as fancy as I'll ever get or need with a field gun. But they have some works of art for sure

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Must be related to Peter? I went to Hudson farm a couple of times thru a friend years ago. That place is amazing. No hunting just trap with the kids. ------ Follow up post added January 23rd, 2016 10:12 PM ------ Great vid! Mack looks like he was in heaven!
Indeed. He lives for it. I have to pre pack the truck at night when he's sleeping. Everything except the gun and as soon as I grab that he goes nuts. Now it's to the point where if I'm up before a certain hour with no crying baby in my arms he already knows it's hunting time.

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I try to get out a few times a year with my family. I am taking my Brittany to Texas for four days in late February this year - the quail population is way up this year.
Very cool. Wish we had more wild birds. Only decent wild game bird left is woodcock, and the 3 week season is usually over before the flight birds come through for us.
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Old January 24th, 2016, 11:16 AM
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Montana - very fine wild bird hunting. The Visla and the Brittany's are by far the best bird dogs I have ever hunted with.
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Old January 28th, 2016, 04:24 PM
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We have plenty of wild turkeys and geese our goose season goes to the 28th of February.
Dove shooting has been patchy nobody has had a good dove patch for the last couple of years.
Our wild quail population is slowly growing.
Deer were good this year we had and five passed on lots of does with fawns, button bucks and yearlings.
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Old January 28th, 2016, 04:27 PM
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I occasionally get out.
Once or twice, eh?

Ever since I started fly fishing I stopped doing any hunting
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