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Location: Medicine Hat, Alberta
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Thanks Giving Day shoot

well it Thanksgiving Monday here in Canada and my son and I went out for a morning stroll. Spent some time driving with seeing nothing. Finally for some excitement I went really fast down this little trail and of course scared up a flock of huns. Well then it was time to hunt again. We started walking through a very large weed field and flushed Huns, and Pheasants. Of course phesants are not open till next week. We took 9 huns home. Really had a great time. They are so fast. We almost had to step on some to get before they took flight.

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Location: Nova Scotia
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Thanks Giving Day shoot

Congrats, looks like you had a good day of shooting. Thumbs up

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Location: Antelope, Ore
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Thanks Giving Day shoot

I used to love Hun hunting. Didn't have to climb hills like we did chukar hunting and they eat just as well. Hold well for dogs and don't always fly down hill. The last limit of birds my Hannah got was Huns, she was 13yrs old.

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