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Re: What's your favorite [Re: coop] #6594968
08/14/19 09:12 PM
08/14/19 09:12 PM
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West Michigan
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West Michigan
Originally Posted by coop
X2 on beagles and bunnies...


Same here!!


To Old
U.S. Army 60-63 SGT.
Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595009
08/14/19 09:51 PM
08/14/19 09:51 PM
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Posts: 4,709
Virginia
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Virginia
I used to enjoy squirrel hunting, but the greedy loggers claearcut all of the old growth squirrel trees and planted pines behind them.

Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595015
08/14/19 09:54 PM
08/14/19 09:54 PM
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Posts: 2,783
Marion Kansas
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Marion Kansas
I been really getting bit by the mule deer bug. Spot and stalk on the High Plains with a bow.

Last edited by Yes sir; 08/14/19 09:55 PM.
Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595019
08/14/19 09:57 PM
08/14/19 09:57 PM
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North central Iowa
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North central Iowa
Now ducks and geese, but when dad had his old dog it was pheasants, nothing like seeing that dog work.

Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595027
08/14/19 10:06 PM
08/14/19 10:06 PM
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Posts: 2,751
Sagle, ID
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Sagle, ID
Hungarian partridge over a good pointing dog like a GSP, setter or wirehair.


Real name = Eric
The sharpest hammer in the box of crayons.

Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595040
08/14/19 10:40 PM
08/14/19 10:40 PM
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Posts: 8,169
Central Oregon
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Central Oregon

Elk hunting gives me the adrenaline rush im looking for

A grouse is always a good bonus while out hunting elk or deer. Good eats !!!


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Re: What's your favorite [Re: AntiGov] #6595046
08/14/19 11:08 PM
08/14/19 11:08 PM
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Posts: 6,343
East-Central Wisconsin
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East-Central Wisconsin
Ruffed grouse, white tails, snowshoe hares

Bryce

Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595047
08/14/19 11:10 PM
08/14/19 11:10 PM
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Posts: 7,739
Iowa
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Joined: Jun 2010
Posts: 7,739
Iowa
Coyotes, Coon calling, and Rabbits with the boy!

Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595051
08/14/19 11:14 PM
08/14/19 11:14 PM
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Posts: 792
Oldtown, Idaho USA
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Oldtown, Idaho USA
Fall bear,blue grouse,mule deer


"They Say Nothing is Impossible,
But, I Do Nothing Every Day."
Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595056
08/14/19 11:27 PM
08/14/19 11:27 PM
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Western N. Carolina
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Western N. Carolina
1. White tails
2. Squirrels
3. Grouse


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America First!!
Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595075
08/15/19 03:50 AM
08/15/19 03:50 AM
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Posts: 790
PA
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Some of my best times hunting have been while archery hunting deer and camping in the National Forest in W VA . But I always thought the best way to hunt is to enjoy doing what is available at the time .

Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595095
08/15/19 05:55 AM
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Michigan
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Michigan
I could not pick one I love all hunting but I would trap first

Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595102
08/15/19 06:11 AM
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Colorado
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Colorado
Doves w the 20 gauge for sure.


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Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595110
08/15/19 06:32 AM
08/15/19 06:32 AM
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potter co. p.a.
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potter co. p.a.
anything on my little family farm of 200 plus years.been making it my playground the last few years.lotta work but worth it to enjoy good hunting in my later years.


quality over quantity

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Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595120
08/15/19 06:49 AM
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NY
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NY
It's Waterfowl for me, more involved... calls, decoys, camo. blinds, boat, dog's work, variety of species and the action!

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Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595124
08/15/19 07:00 AM
08/15/19 07:00 AM
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B61-12 vicinity, MO
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Not sure but I would say it has been with dogs. Junior in college we treed 75 coons in three nights with two good old grade coon dogs. Had pointers lock down on 11 coveys of quail and worked singles in a day. Several of us limited out on rabbits and ran near 12 beagles all day just chasing bunnies. Those were three very nice hunts. Most memorable probably my first buck ever with my dad next to me as a kid. Watching my son take his bb gun out the door and come back with two squirrels....More I think about it - its more of the memories of everything I have had a chance to hunt. We are truly blessed.

Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595210
08/15/19 09:50 AM
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Shenandoah County, VA
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its all my favorite
but I will say, I have the most fun out there during spring gobbler.

and i usually get some mushrooms to go along with it too!


Josh
Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595274
08/15/19 11:44 AM
08/15/19 11:44 AM
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Wyoming County Pa.
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Wyoming County Pa.
I hunt everything I can. I can't pick just 1

Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595278
08/15/19 11:54 AM
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SE MN
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SE MN
Whitetail, turkey, grouse and green heads in the fall


2 cylinder parts available
Re: What's your favorite [Re: boncoon] #6595281
08/15/19 11:58 AM
08/15/19 11:58 AM
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MN, USA
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MN, USA
What makes me smile most is jump shooting ducks off of sloughs in the fall. Add a hunting dog having the time of their life splashing around in the water fetching in ducks, and that is one of the most pleasurable ways to make supper I know of.

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