UMm i looked at that ten minuets ago i had to recover from a near fatal heart attak first. I am from washington, and to hunt eastern washington a good group to get into is like 6- 10
And that well serpasses it. what is the dailty bird limit.
The daily limit is 3 roosters (can not hunt hens). We usually get the hunters that we guide their limit in 2-4hrs, depending on the size of the group. Believe it or not the larger the group, the easier it is to get the limit. With a larger group, you can surround and block them with people posting. We've taken groups of 15-20 out and gotten a limit in two hours. Conversely, we've hunted with groups of 2 and its taken 5 hrs to get their limit. this is mostly true later in the season when the birds are more wild and will fly up way in front of us.
yea i believe you. We here in washington are seperated by the cascade mt range spliting our state into basically two seperate state climates. Here on the west coast it is rainy controlled by marine wheather. All birds are planted on pheasant relese sights with a few wild offspring limit is two birds either sex.. While on the east side it is more set seasons of whether. Birds are wild. with limit three roosters only. more people cover more ground.
I live in western washington. and about three miles from two release sites, along with a couple more down the road. Like just this morning i saw 4 ringnecks walking around the vet clinic. I live in a small town. but what i would give to hunt pheasants in the dakotas or kanses over there nabraska.
I went back to SD this summer for family reuning to winner i saw a lot more pheasants than i am used to. !
well, been huntin the public and some other lands around here, but nothin comes even close to SD huntin, it so fun!!! I love watchin the birds fly, and watchin the dogs work, it always a fun filled day. Nothin stops your heart like the moment u drive down a country roas and huge flock of oh, 300 pheasants fly up, it awesome
There it sits. Alone and forgotten in a desk drawer or maybe in the bottom of your hunting pack. The lowly compass. Primarily initially replaced by the hand held GPS and now even by the new “smart” cell phones that include GPS, electronic compass – even real time imaging on aerial maps! Once the friend of every hunter and now the companion of few. It is not glamorous or glitzy, that is for sure… no bells and no whistles. Aaaaah, but let’s not rush to forget our...