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Pheasant #2638994 10/07/11 02:31 AM
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Looking for a nice pheasant hunt within 2 hours of Waco or Sulphur Springs.

Not looking to break the bank but don't want a bad first time, yea I'm an upland virgin wink



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Re: Pheasant [Re: Cody Malone] #2639190 10/07/11 03:19 AM
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In my opinion, you would be much better off heading up to Kansas or the Panhandle and chasing wild birds. Anything within 2 hrs of your locations will be pen raised birds.
You won't get near the excitement with pen raised birds, no matter what anyone says. It isn't anywhere close to hunting birds in the wild.




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Re: Pheasant [Re: 940AC] #2639262 10/07/11 03:41 AM
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What would you suggest in the pan handle?



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Re: Pheasant [Re: 940AC] #2639464 10/07/11 05:43 AM
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Originally Posted By: 940AC
In my opinion, you would be much better off heading up to Kansas or the Panhandle and chasing wild birds. Anything within 2 hrs of your locations will be pen raised birds.
You won't get near the excitement with pen raised birds, no matter what anyone says. It isn't anywhere close to hunting birds in the wild.


I would head to Kansas...drought has been rough on the birds in thenorthern panhandle this year.



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Re: Pheasant [Re: Cody Malone] #2639465 10/07/11 05:44 AM
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What would you suggest in the pan handle?


pm Tim ballanger..aka shorthair. If he has birdshe will get you on them



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Re: Pheasant [Re: BOBO the Clown] #2639473 10/07/11 05:54 AM
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I'll pm him, Thanks



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It's Kansas or South Dakota this year, boys. Panhandle no bueno.



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Re: Pheasant [Re: reeltexan] #2639708 10/07/11 01:17 PM
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Haven't had it in years but never spit any out.


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Re: Pheasant [Re: CCBIRDDOGMAN] #2646051 10/10/11 01:41 AM
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Obese dumb,and sit till you kick them pen raised birds are not fun,and not what I call upland hunting. The wise,wary,running, and wild birds are so much fun.




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Re: Pheasant [Re: deckhand] #2646081 10/10/11 01:46 AM
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I'd prefer wild birds!!



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You are going to have to go to northern Kansas as southwest Kansas is no bueno either. We have cancelled all our bird hunts this year in Kansas.


Re: Pheasant [Re: JeremyKS] #2646225 10/10/11 02:31 AM
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What about Iowa?



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Re: Pheasant [Re: Cody Malone] #2648246 10/10/11 08:20 PM
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If you just want to hunt some pheasants, I can get some. I'm just south of SS (Arbala) around the holidays. They're not wild, but you don't have to drive 12hrs. I sometimes do mock hunts there, to train my dog.


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