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Pheasant season is open
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Dave Smith    Posted 10-26-2004 at 16:39:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
A friend of mine and his wife come here to hunt. As Estie was walking through the bush, she heard a noise behind her. She turned around and found this rooster following at her heels. She just couldn't shoot it. It followed her for over 2 hours. I came upon her and her husband and took the photos. These people are true sportsmen and lady.

They named him Phill the Pheasant.

Dave <*)))><

Salmoneye    Posted 10-27-2004 at 03:55:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
One came out behind the house last night...Still not sure who is releasing them...

BTW...Since when do they call the males 'Roosters'?...Did the potty-filter slap you?...


Dave Smith    Posted 10-27-2004 at 05:46:16       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I knew the proper name would not make it through the filter. These two people are real outdoors people. They spend a lot of time out there and just enjoy the great out of doors. They have both taken deer and turkey here and other small game. I think they have named almost every tree, bush flower and weed out there. They carry a North American Wildlife book with them. They respect nature with a capital R.
Dave <*)))><

Nice...    Posted 10-27-2004 at 06:55:36       [Reply]  [No Email]
That is the kind of people I like to spend time with outdoors...

I carry the Audubon Field Guide for Birds and the one for Mushrooms when I am in the woods...People pick on my backpack saying I have everything but the kitchen sink in there...

Need a suture and some gut?

Got it...

Salmoneye, The Packrat

Punchie    Posted 10-26-2004 at 19:22:52       [Reply]  [No Email]
Nice Job as far as the hunting goes, they are a nice looking bird. Hope they had fun hunting .

Here in PA they are a thing of the past, the one's we do get are stocked and they are just not like wild birds, and most don,t make it to the game bag, 25 % end up food for the hawks foxes etc.


ret    Posted 10-26-2004 at 17:59:32       [Reply]  [No Email]
good people, there are hunters, and there are so called hunters. Story in our local paper, bow hunter sitting in his tree stand waiting for deer, and along came this bear moseying along. He said the bear got 30 ft from him and he shot it. First bear in Spotsylvania county for a long time. Now, I don't know what you think, but to me that is not a hunting

makes me think-    Posted 10-26-2004 at 18:07:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
wonder if any bears ran out with the deer and coons at chancellorsvile when old johnnie reb dropped in on them interlopers that day? aint that in spotsylvania county?

ret    Posted 10-26-2004 at 18:23:36       [Reply]  [No Email]
you got that right, about 3 miles from Chancellorsville. The boys in blue camped for a year in the area we live on. This sure had to be a hellish place to have to spend a winter in.

yes sir    Posted 10-26-2004 at 19:55:26       [Reply]  [No Email]
i thought so. it was quite a route as my memory of history allows me. your neck of the old dominion is loaded with history. you cant be too far from wilderness, or bloody angle then, huh?
must be along rt. 3 somewheres if my map is right.

still would like to know if them boys from up north saw any bears runnin at them.

i bet even a bear would run from a rebel yell.

ret    Posted 10-27-2004 at 05:45:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
right off of 640. park service owns that corner and a strip along side of it for a few blocks.

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