GA DOG, For Huns, start at the highline and north. Hunt low cover, ideally with scattered brush. Being close to harvested grain will not hurt your chances either. After that it's a matter of putting the dog down and covering ground. The Huns are very sporty gamebirds. Hunting them is very similar to bobwhite hunting. You will see sharpies in harvested grain but they will be more approachable in native prairie grass and low brush. If they have been pressured they will be spooky. As long as it's not too dry, dogs smell and point them well. The other side of that is once they wise up, they will take a dog to school in regard to steadiness and honoring their nose. A wiley veteran sharp tail will not tolerate the dog taking an extra step closer into the scent cone. Late season Sharpies have taught my dogs more about handling birds and me more about reading my dogs points than any other upland bird I've hunted. If you are pursuing late season sharp tails, chokes in the range of modified to full are advantageous on birds flushing at 35-40 yards. Sharpies are my favorite upland game bird on the prairie.
It's big country and your dog will need to be in shape. Good luck, hope your dog finds em, and you shoot straight. The northern prairie is a glorious place to be in the fall.
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