Thursday hunt/pheasant/duck

Discussion in 'Cast & Blast' started by Steven Mobley, Jan 17, 2008.

  1. Steven Mobley Member

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    Went to the club today with a friend. This is the aftermath. I shot 2 ringnecks and 2 greenheads. Gave one duck to a friend for his dinner. These will be BBQ'd with bacon wrappers and terriyaki suace.

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    :beer2:

    Steve
  2. Itchy Dog Some call me Kirk Werner

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    Interesting looking rooster there on the right...that'll be a mighty fine feast.
    It'd go even better with a couple Buds, but hey- to each their own, eh? Nice.
  3. Steven Mobley Member

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    Every now and then the club puts out a few exotic pheasants. On past hunts, if you shot one you earned a free lunch in the diner. Not so lucky today. Nothing was free.

    Steve
  4. Kaari White Active Member

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    Very nice!!

    I've shot a few black/greenish roosters in eastern washington. I'm sure they were released at one time, but the couple that I've shot seemed pretty wild and weren't banded. A couple years ago I shot a really nice one and had him mounted with a even nicer regular ringneck as if they were flushing together.
  5. Gary Thompson dirty dog

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    Nice birds there.
    A friend of mine used to raise pheasants and one year he ended up with a bunch of green birds.
    He kept the linage going for a couple of years.
    The green hens were very pretty also.
  6. Flyn'dutchman Member

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    Looks like some nice tying material to me. I'd love some phesant that color.
  7. Steven Mobley Member

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    Didn't even think about the feathers. If I get another by the end of February, I'll strip off the feathers for you.

    Steve