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2004 Pheasant Hunt Report!

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by Michigun, Nov 30, 2004.


  1. Michigun

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    Miss Michigan?

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    Last Sunday 3 friends, my brother & I traveled to Ubly Michigan to the Rooster Ranch Hunt Club for a little pheasant hunting… we went out looking for 25 roosters, but also ended up bringing back 9 hens on top of that for a total of 34 birds! What a GREAT time! ;f

    The guys at the Rooster Ranch really do a GREAT job of making their hunts just like wild bird hunting. Only difference is that you actually get to go out & see birds like it used to be back in the mid-1900's here in Michigan. :)

    What a great way to end the Thanksgiving holiday! ^c
     

    Wanna kill these ads? We can help!
  2. noway

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    NIce lineup, if you have troubles finding a cool freezer for storage, send them my way.
     

  3. TJC

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    Great bunch of birds there. What kind of cover is on the property? I may be interested in taking a ride to shoot some birds. Did they charge you for the extra birds?
    We have a few places around here similar to that. They usually don't charge you for the extra birds you find.

    Thanks for any info.
     
  4. 357glocker

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    Looks like a good day. We went out two days ago after a nice 3" snowfall on a few farmers CRP grass and shot a few. I could've limited out at 3 birds but thanks to my shotgun shells having no BB's in them;) I missed one of the roosters. I did end up with two though. Our group of four ended up with 6-7 birds but we only found 4 of them even with a dog helping us.
     
  5. Michigun

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    Miss Michigan?

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    Thanks chief & thank you for your offer on supplying freezer space. ;f

    Thanks!

    A little of EVERYTHING! Corn, sorghum, grass, foxtail, brush, brushy fencerows, etc., etc...

    Nope!

    Most definitely! ^c (I wish we could do this well with wild birds, but they just aren't around... although it has gotten waaaay better in the last few years!)

    That would be a day to kill for around here!

    I've had that exact same thing happen to me as well. ;)
     
  6. TJC

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    Already been to their site and I'm planning a trip out for maybe 3-4 days.

    Thanks for the info.
     
  7. minnshooter

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    If you like pheasnat hunting, you should go out to South Dakota. Hunting roosters out there is like nothing else on earth. There are millions of wild birds out there. I am hoping to go later this month, even though we have a more than ample supply of pheasants right around my house. If I can't get my limit of birds within 1 mile of my house then I am a bad shot. You have to go to South Dakota just to say that you have been there.
     
  8. TJC

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    I've been to Kansas, just south of the Nebraska line for pheasants a couple of years ago. Lots of wild birds there too. Some great shooting. I would go back there without a problem anytime.
     
  9. 357glocker

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    Went out yesterday again and did fairly well. A few quail got in the way also!