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Dave Erickson
PostPosted: Sat Dec 28, 2019 4:16 pm  Reply with quote
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Old Dan and Little Ann!
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Dave Erickson
PostPosted: Sun Dec 29, 2019 8:09 am  Reply with quote
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Dave Erickson wrote:
Old Dan and Little Ann!


I guess you need to know the book, "Where the Red Fern Grows" for the above to make sense.
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win7stw
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My 1944 or 1945 serviceman FN type 1 16 gauge

A beater 1935 16 I just picked up.







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rudyc
PostPosted: Wed Jan 01, 2020 12:45 pm  Reply with quote
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great pictures win7

good to see someone still getting out

Happy New Year

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win7stw
PostPosted: Wed Jan 01, 2020 1:50 pm  Reply with quote



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Thanks Rudy, I only have a few more days left. Hope to get a few more birds shot 3 huns yesterday with two shots.


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wj jeffery 16
PostPosted: Fri Jan 03, 2020 5:08 pm  Reply with quote
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Pictures from New Years Day were my Jeffery had its 1st kill of the new decade.



Minnie enjoying herself



The Jeffery contributed the first bird of the day to the bag.



Some nice patterns, both natural and man made Smile
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WELL DONE
and
Thank you for sharing
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rudyc
PostPosted: Fri Jan 03, 2020 7:31 pm  Reply with quote
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Hi win7,

I could sure use some feathers from the Huns.
They work real well on Soft Hackle flies.

Rudy

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What area of the bird would you like feathers from and how many?

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https://www.instagram.com/p/B63RVuqFVIh/?igshid=1qebt29trpbre

Hey Mr. Erickson - anything in that photo look familiar???
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This group sure owns a lot of nice looking pups. Here is Birch and I at a favorite haunt late this fall. Never moved a bird and that is the first time I have ever walked that road and not moved a bird, but we sure had a nice time.

Good Hunting,
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Dave Erickson
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TripleH wrote:
https://www.instagram.com/p/B63RVuqFVIh/?igshid=1qebt29trpbre

Hey Mr. Erickson - anything in that photo look familiar???


Looks like my old Fox 16! (and my Parker 16)
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Gil S
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We've had a spectacular season on doodles this year primarily due to the rough weather north of us. On New Year's Day, we split up the dogs and guns. Mine went with Billy and me; Floyd took Jeff along with Pop and Sadie. We drew for two courses we usually take. Birds were everywhere including a covey of about 15 quail. Photo is of Abby backing Willa on a bird after we limited. Birds were found and pointed all the way back to the truck. Not only was it an All Brittany Day, it was all 20 ga.
From top to bottom: Billy's 1953 20 ga. Superposed, the predecessor grade to the Diana. Inherited from his father who in turn inherited it from his father. My Ithaca SKB 100 20 ga., Jeff's 20 ga. Uggie, Floyd's Ithaca SKB 100 20 ga. Gil.  Gil[URL=https://www.jpgbox.com/page/58739_800x600/] [/URL]
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Dave Erickson
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Good going, Gil! I won't make my annual "you're killing us" statement this year. I was able to hunt on a nice 38 degree Wisconsin day today.
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Gil S
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Dave, I read your mind when I posted the above and clearly saw: "he's killing us."
Wink When we are sweating bullets and y'all crank it up months before us, it's the same sentiments. We snuck out today.
Jeff, MuttPak and I hit the woods early today and finished by 10 a.m.  Abby and Willa on point after we finished shooting.  Once again we couldn't get out of the woods without finding birds.  All told we had 25 flushes including wild flushes without a dog being near the birds.  Jeff's gun is a Spanish .410 imported by Jana of Denver.  Probably a Loyola.  My gun is the Ithaca SKB 100 20 ga. We stop chasing WC on the 20th in Ga. and 31st in SC. Wild quail and snipe run through February. Then turkeys in mid March. Gil   [URL=https://www.jpgbox.com/page/58791_800x600/] [/URL]
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