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Discussion in 'Varmint Hunting' started by crowhunter, Aug 29, 2013.
Maybe we should start grilling or baking our crow instead of using the fry daddy.
It's actually quite good grilled.
Killed 17 total this past Saturday, found 12. We ate good all weekend.
Oh, the carnage. Where's the Crow Commander? I thought he went with you.
Here he is, the one and only "Crow Commander"
How long is a crow's memory? If he gets suckered in once and lives to tell about it, how long until he'll fall for the same setup again?
Bob Aronsohn is the best crow hunter on this planet. I have heard him say many times that the crow is the smartest bird in North America. I'd say fooling them with the same setup would be hard to do. They are very sensitive to a realistic setup. If you watch some of Bob's dvd's, you'll see how much trouble he goes to making the setup realistic.
I listened to Bob on a podcast last week and he sounds like he knows what he's talking about. He knows everything about crows. I'd bet it's different crows that would come to the same setup, week after week. He said the crow was the 4th smartest bird on the planet.
Went squirrel hunting this morning and couldn't even hear myself think because the crows were so loud. So I traded the .22 for the 12 gauge and at least got one of them.
Got a couple yesterday at one set up and two more at another, only pic we got though.
Sounds like you need a dog. I love hunting crow. Challenging, exciting and builds boldness in a dog.
I'd love to crow hunt with dogs. It would make crow hunting even more fun.
That's what I like to see GoBlue & F250. Keep those pics coming. I didn't get to hunt this past weekend, but I'm going to try out a new spot, one day after work this week.
My dog wont hardly pick up a crow! He will get anything else but not a crow
Crows are mean enough to peck a dog's eye. I'd be careful sending my dog after one that was still kicking.
Crow, It's what's for supper.