After the initial covey rise, if we see where the birds landed and have an idea of the direction they went and it's not too far, we will pursue them to see if we can get a couple more birds. If it's a small covey, they flew too far, we don't know which direction they might have gone, they crossed into property we don't have access to, etc., then we'll continue hunting other coveys. Lots to consider.
This year we can't go 100 yards without finding a new covey. I was walking through a sunflower field during dove season and busted two large coveys not 50 yards from one another. This year will be even better than last year.
Edited by duckbill (11/11/15 09:05 AM)
Yeah, don't listen to me. I'm just an idiot.
Lol. Duckbill that was funny!
The dude up top has already taken lots of bone before this deer, both mule and whitetail.