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Discussion in 'Small Game Hunting' started by jarrodcombs, Jun 23, 2015.
Is everyone getting dogs ready to go north? Lets see some pictures of this years dogs going north.
Everyone need to attend this meeting if possible
The Ruffed Grouse Society
will be hosting a
MEET & GREET
Sunday, August 23, 2015
Miller Welsh Central Kentucky Wildlife Management Area
South of Richmond, KY off US 421.
Entrance GPS coordinates:
Latitude N 37.63448, Longitude W*‐84.20066
Please join us as we attempt to organize a Ruffed Grouse Society Chapter.**
There are several reasons we are doing this to include:
Build an entity to work with the state on grouse restoration efforts.**We
need to have a voice and a mechanism to get member’s concerns
Schedule a Field Day to look at and improve habitat
Schedule some fun events such as a dog training seminar and a Sporting
clays shoot.**Our goal is to have some fun while rasising some funds to
help with local habitat projects
Schedule a youth event.
For more info contact
Mark Reese at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 859‐333‐0153
Please feel free to bring additional interested people.
Snacks and drinks will be provide
From the response, it doesn't look like anyone is going north this year.
Happy, I could probably look back through the post and see what state you hunt but if you would "what state do you hunt". Lets see how many states that Ky. hunters go out of state to hunt each year and what time of the year we go north (Sept., Oct., Nov., etc.). I had plans to leave this month but that has changed, hopefully I'll make it in Oct. this year to where is still in the air.
This sounds like the place to be; grouse, walleye, and perch!
I am heading to wisconsin October 1st thru the 13th. Probably go to michigan around the end of October
This is our 6 1/2 year old Wirehaired Vizsla, Dani. She is at the Parent Club's (WVCA) National supported show this weekend at Purina Farms in Missouri. Ready to chase some birds this fall.
We'll be in WI Oct 24th.
You gas up the truck and I'll grab the viennies and beanie weanies.
Sounds like the raw end of the deal for me.
My beanie weinies and viennies will produce more gas than you ever put in the truck, for sure.
Heading back to MI for the 18th year. Leaving on the 1st of October (Waterfowl opens the 2nd) and will hunt through 5th or 6st.
Anyone been to Manistee National Forest in Michigan? Near Baldwin, MI. It's a little shorter drive and I'm trying to throw in an extra trip up north other than Wisconsin.
Yes I've hunted there a few times. My experience in that area is way better than kentucky but 2 hrs north and bird hunting is better. Expect 8 to 10 grouse flushes a day. I don't count the mud bats
We usually do some long weekend trips in the mio area. It's well worth the drive