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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by maxcam, Jan 25, 2011.
Very nice. If the weather holds, I am going to experience "the hunt" this weekend. It will be about the last huntable thing in KY to mark off my list. (except for the bear and elk that are here now anyway)
i know a guy in breathitt co. by that name that bird hunts maybe him.
Yep I know him.
Is that Trust Me???
Yes thats him. Nicely written article as well.
He has promised me easy walking and tons of grouse. I am looking forward to it
congrats on the story....great info for us flatlanders
Great story! I enjoyed it!
Yeah, I'm a highly paid outdoor writer now. It's all easy money, fast cars and loose women from here on out.
Great job, I really enjoyed the article.
Good story!! Why didn't you give them your picture to go with the story????? We've all seen it on this site but the rest of the country needs to put a face with the name.
One of these days when I get my nerve up I am going to throw my name in the hat for a grouse hunt.
You know everyone will want a report when you get back --trip success as well as your experiece and also your present condition.
It is very simple. Find a very steep hill that is well cover with briers, young sapling and preferably multi-flora rose. Wait until it snows and is slick as possible, run up the hill as fast as you can while wearing a blindfold. Turn around and run back down hill. Repeat 3 times, at the top of hill on third trip, have a buddy beat you with a piece of barbed wire, pick out a nice tree (oak always does well) and empty your gun center mass into it. Keep repeating this until something inside your mind snaps and you start enjoying what is happening. At this point you are ready to introduce the other factor, dogs. I would suggest you start with a well bred open field trial English Pointer that someone wants to give away. You want one that insists on being on opposite ridge of the one you are standing on. The gun? It doesn't matter, but make sure it is very shiny and pretty.