I only did it once. We had a hand held clay thrower. Worked like junk I thought. We ended up shooting alot of old dishes that day too. Hey, what shot # are you using for grouse?
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Fri, 2007-09-21 13:33#12
Mostly 6 but I use different stuff all the time when new ammo comes out I like to try it out. For ducks and geese I usually use a 3 or 4 and grouse is usually a 6 or 7. What do you use? I tryed out BB shot for ducks this year and I hate em.
Fri, 2007-09-21 21:07#13
I've been using 8 for grouse. I'm thinking of switching back to a 6 after this season though. I picked up a box of 2 for ducks, but not sure if I'll make it out this year. My wife bought me a knew duck call for christmas last year, so I'd like to try. Last year was my first year with waterfowl, so I don't know much about what loads to use. I will say though, I enjoy the taste of goose much more than anyother bird I've ever had!
Fri, 2007-09-21 22:09#14
Wild turkey for me man.
Sat, 2007-09-22 10:23#15
I've never had a wild turkey. I was thinking of doing it this year. There are alot of them on our land. I have to buy a tag for them, $6 us. Cheaper than at the store!
Sun, 2007-09-23 18:01#16
I eat it at buddies houses all the time, it amazing way better than store bought, store bought (farm raised turkeys) cannot even compare.
Mon, 2007-09-24 06:53#17
I'm assuming it's all dark meat in the wild turkey? You're suppose to use a larger shot size for turkey right?
Mon, 2007-09-24 20:11#18
I think my friends prefer 2 or 3 steel shot.
Tue, 2007-09-25 07:12#19
I think I'll give it a try. I'll let you know if I do.
Tue, 2007-09-25 17:46#20
k man do that for sure, tell me how it works out for you I just went and bought a brick of 12 guage shells tonight I pay around 24 bucks.