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Tomorrows hunt #7422256 02/02/19 02:20 AM
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Got a good amount of crows and 2 yotes around.
Should be good, as crows in the dense fog is the best.
#everydamnday

Last edited by beaversnipe; 02/02/19 02:27 AM.

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Re: Tomorrows hunt [Re: beaversnipe] #7422656 02/02/19 05:00 PM
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calling and killing crows is some good fun! the fog should really get em in close. good luck!

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Tomorrow will be a snipe hunt for me.


See y’all around the campfire.

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Re: Tomorrows hunt [Re: beaversnipe] #7422985 02/02/19 11:18 PM
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I Snipe hunted Tuesday, Thursday, and Today. I'll probably go again Monday to a different area than what I been hunting. I got 5 hard earned birds today out of 7 shots and scratched out limits the first two hunts, but not because there are a lot of birds around. Most my usual areas don't have birds. They are either spread out because of all the water, or just not here. I have not seen another Snipe hunter out this season either. Your Crow hunting should be a whole lot easier. After Snipe season I just might make a run up to hunt the Oklahoma Crow season to get in on some of that action myself.

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