Welcome To The Refuge Upland Game Forum

Discussion in 'Upland Game Forum' started by David @ The Refuge, Mar 12, 2001.

  1. David @ The Refuge

    David @ The Refuge Founder Moderator

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    Guys,

    I know I'm late, but better late than never.. hehe

    I hope you guys and gals enjoy this forum. It has been requested for sometime.

    Thanks goes out to 1 shot kill, Canaduck, and AlaskanDuckHunter for moderating the site.

    I will add some useful links very soon in the near future.

    Enjoy, and have a great upland hunting season!

    David
     
  2. drakewoodie

    drakewoodie Elite Refuge Member

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    Alright Upland......now we can learn about some of those stubble ducks and about quail....and what that bird is that is on the top of the forum i know the pheasant but whats the other?????
     
  3. David @ The Refuge

    David @ The Refuge Founder Moderator

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    I'm not an expert on Upland Game, but I do believe the bird on the right is a Grouse.

    Glad you found your way here..

    David
     
  4. drakewoodie

    drakewoodie Elite Refuge Member

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    David the Fourm looks great...the banner looks awsome
     
  5. Goldy

    Goldy Elite Refuge Member

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    Excellent! As a board member for our county chapter of Pheasants Forever, I've been looking forward to this forum.
     
  6. OldHunter

    OldHunter Senior Refuge Member

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    Thanks, been waiting for this. The Bird on the right is a Sage Grouse, found in sagebrush country of the western US. Never shot one, I've heard they eat like an old boot. Wait, possibly the boot tastes better. ;)
     
  7. HunterNWyo

    HunterNWyo Senior Refuge Member

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    Don't be knocking on sage grouse, OldHunter ;)

    Them old males can taste pretty close to a boot, but the hens and young birds aren't bad. And cooked up right, them big ol' males aren't bad either. And they sure are fun to hunt. Sound like a bomber taking off... scares the heck out of ya when a dozen of them big boys take off right from under your feet. Can't wait to get out after them this fall. Ravens had really taken a toll on the population, but found a spot last week where I counted 60+.

    Thanks David!!! It's gonna be great! :D
     
  8. NebHunter

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    Thanks for the Upland Forum David!
     
  9. cbr

    cbr Senior Refuge Member

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    Thanks David, now I don't have to feel guilty when I talk about my other love. -cbr
     
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    Thanks again for the Forum David!!! :D
     

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