any crow hunting ?

Discussion in 'Varmint Hunters Forum' started by Silencer, Jul 17, 2007.

  1. Silencer

    Silencer Elite Refuge Member

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    Sure is fun and something to do during the summer. Here's a couple pic's since the opener on July 1st.

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    We use dekes, hand calls and electronic.
     
  2. freitas outlaw

    freitas outlaw Elite Refuge Member

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    Corn Rows Elite Refuge Member

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    I still can't believe y'all pick those nasty things up, much less bring into your house...

    CT
     
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    tripleb Elite Refuge Member

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    I used to hunt with a guy who would eat them. He said they tasted a lot like duck.

    It's been too hot around here (NW Ohio) to get too excited about crow hunting. It kept the bugs down, but the idea of sweating in high 80's and low 90 degree temps to shoot a couple of crows just doesn't have the appeal to me that it once had.
     
  5. Silencer

    Silencer Elite Refuge Member

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    LoL..

    freitas outlaw, nice spread of dekes :tu , are they cary-lite ? I see they have 2 feet instead of the single stake.
    The new GHG's are really impressive, come fully floked and look realisitc.

    Great pic's and beautiful dog, thanks for sharing.
     
  6. puddle jumper

    puddle jumper Senior Refuge Member

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    yall actually have a season on them things. is their a limit too? down here in bama we can kill as many as we want whenever we want, and i've never seen anyone try to eat one. maybe i'm missing something.:confused:
     
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    If them central Alabama boys won't eat one, I'll be damned if I will...

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    freitas outlaw Elite Refuge Member

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    Here in california we are alowed 25 and there is a seaseon....:mad:
     
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    Bender Elite Refuge Member

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    The season just opened here. I've yet to find some good spots, but I've got a few so far at least. Run & Gun Style. I'm needing to find some Private Land access, and maybe a good Roost...

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  10. Silencer

    Silencer Elite Refuge Member

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    Basically thats what we do here "Run N Gun". There's really no large flocks, just scattered small ones here and there.

    I enjoy hunting them, its a good shooting challenge, at least enough till early goose season Sept 1st:grvn and much better than shooting clays IMO :)
     

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