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Pheasant 2022

Sligh1

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Amazing!!! U guys hammered em!!!! Congrats!!! We are trying it tomorrow through the weekend. Really hope #’s are good & have a fraction of success u guys did !!
 

Slick

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I always liked hunting with pointing dogs they are great unless you want to go Duck hunting then you need a Friend named Curtis with a dog named Tubs. My son and I did well out west this year we walked 49.5 miles and got 38 birds.20221012_172954(1).jpg
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Slick

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Sorry Fields I thought I was posting on the other Pheasant Post. Did not mean to hijack.
 

CurtisWalker

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I always liked hunting with pointing dogs they are great unless you want to go Duck hunting then you need a Friend named Curtis with a dog named Tubs. My son and I did well out west this year we walked 49.5 miles and got 38 birds.

Tubbs is getting better on the pheasants pretty soon he’ll be an absolute unit. I hunted with pointing dogs on Tuesday for the first time ever that was pretty awesome. 49.5 miles would put Tubbs in a coma for a week.


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JNRBRONC

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Good job! Fun times.

In regards to the doodle, read up on the North America Versatile Hunting Dog Association. Some members advocate for a poodle cross (Pudel Pointer). Their pups are $$$$.


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fields

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slick your all good, thanks for the pics. I miss the Wisconsin grouse woods, sorta. that stuff gets thick!

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Sligh1

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What general region are you in and why do you feel the bird #’s came back? It’s interesting trying to figure this out and I love seeing guys getting in good populations!! Great to see these birds coming back in pockets!!!


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fields

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There are definitely pockets of birds in Iowa, we hunt in the kinda NWish area of Iowa. 10 to 12 years ago bad winters & wet springs pretty much wiped the birds out. A bunch of birds were released for several springs & summers until a few successive easier winters & dry springs allowed the population to gain back a foothold for the last 5 to 7 years there have been alot.

There was always cover especially along the creeks & ditches. Around the winter of 2010 when the large drop in bird numbers occurred, we were finding pheasants froze right in the snow drifts so weather definitely plays a big part. Any extra help from people (trapping nest predators, food, shelter, releasing birds) has seemed to help.

Also, I grew up in the area so for now we still have permission to hunt several spots but that all changes with time.

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