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New Mexico Scaled Quail and Mexican Food!
Unread 02-11-2020, 05:39 PM   #1
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Spent last week in southern New Mexico...one of my favorite trips of the year. Birds were down in the area we hunt but no matters we had a riot and ate Mexican food every night! Can’t wait for next year to come.
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Great fun, several years ago I shot bobwhite, gambel's, scaled, and mearns, in one season in Colorado and Arizona.

Shawn: I have a Jones four place Schutzhund trailer that you would enjoy.
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Glad you got out their, hadn't seen many posts or pictures this year. Was that your GH 16?
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Shawn, Thanks for posting these photos of your hunt. Those are really beautiful birds.
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Coming from Newfoundland you can well imagine my culinary experience with mexican food was limited to say the least - salt codfish and caribou being what it is ....I will never forget my first true mexican meal with Phil and the great little spot on the way to mearns country ,especially the one cooked by his sister in law!
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Bird hunting in southern New Mexico in January is hard to beat. Birds were down this year.
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I got two days in a couple weeks ago myself.[IMG][/IMG]

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Shawn and Mike, Do you find you need to boot your dogs where you are hunting?
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Shawn and Mike, Do you find you need to boot your dogs where you are hunting?
The sand burrs can be bad in places so in some places boots are a must.
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