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Unread 02-12-2020, 02:55 PM   #11
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Garry, I'm from Ohio on my first quail hunt. I am ignorant of sand burrs. She didn't seem to be chewing at the bottoms of her feet afterwards, so I guess I got lucky.
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We run into sand spurs in NW Kansas, but have nevr had to "boot up".
Mike, what part of Ohio are you from? I was born and raised in Belmont County, and still own a farm and work there. Grew up with tremendous grouse hunting in our area, sadly barely any here now.
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Harold, I live in Pickaway county and we bought a place in Gallia county a couple years ago. I haven't seen a grouse for 20 years in Ohio.
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Used to be very good grouse hunting in Gallia county, sad situation. I head north for 2 weeks a year now to try and satisfy that "grouse itch'
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Great picture, sir.
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I do miss the old South Carolina plates. Looks like a fun trip.
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Shawn, those are beautiful birds! Did you ever have any mounted? A pair of each species of quail would look fantastic.
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Shawn, those are beautiful birds! Did you ever have any mounted? A pair of each species of quail would look fantastic.
Hereís a couple Iíve had mounted. I sent a few gambles and mearns to the same guy that mounted these and never heard from him again.
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Thanks Shawn, very nice mounts. Sorry the other birds went MIA. That seems to be a recurring theme among taxidermists.
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