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First Pheasants!

As I am new to this forum, I have been on another one for sometime! I am an instructor for the US Army & Marines which I teach how to to operate new equipment before they deploy where ever in the world! While in Colorado Springs, I found a retired Dr. out of Peublo who runs a first rate hunting outfitt for people who are pressed for time! Though it uses farm raised birds it is far from just a shoot! I missed some, knocked down two, that were superchickens, and brought home 4! No lic. needed, kill both roosters and hens! I had a hoot! Wish to go back, but am leaving soon! If you are new to pheasant hunting or just training a new pup, give them a try!

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First Pheasants!

Welcome to BGH!

Nice photo's. I think the day will come that if you want to hunt birds you'll have to go to a preserve. They alreay do in places. Did you use a dog?

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Where'd you go

Saw your pics of your pheasant... where did you go? I'm interested in going to an outfitter as well.

Thanks,

JB

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