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    Hunting season starts tommorrow and runs through Feb.15, see y'all in February.
     
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    just rabbit and squirel here. but its at least something!
    and you damn sure know im getting my deer this year.
     
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    Time to oil up the gun and blast some doves. Then to get permission to flush out some pheasants after a few weeks. The population looks higher than I can ever remember it being. Of course, they will all disappear come opening day. I drew a pronghorn permit this year, so that's something to look forward to. If we can actually get some snow, there might be pretty damn good waterfowlin' here.
     
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    Deer, bear, duck, pheasant, partridge and who knows what else. Bow, crossbow, rifle, shotgun, and black powder. The only fly in the ointment up here will be the weather; it is supposed to be a wild winter for the NE this year.
     
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    We plant a large dove field every year. We had a shoot yesterday and it was awesome. Nothing I like better than hunting with my labrador retriever and watching her do her thing. This was the first of twenty or so hunts I will attend over the next few weeks. I am in heaven.
     
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    I hunted 23 acres of sunflower yesterday and limited and then some in two hours. I'm hunting at least every 3 days this year. Going to go on a early season teal hunt in two weks after getting some of these resident geeese around here not to mention the doves.
     
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    Ive now been three days in a row and there are a lot of birds here. We also have a large goose population around so I keep some 3" mags in the bag in case they wander in too close. I love shooting teal, they are like little fighter jets they are so fast. Good luck on your hunts OCA!!!
     

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