he was 27 " inside, weighed 315. From the north Texas, Dalhart area. First mule deer I have shot!
Brittany - Border Collie/Springer Spaniel CGC
Zoe's Taller N Me - Zoe Irish Wolfhound 9/04/2004 - 11/20/2013 I love you Big Girl!
Ember Raise The Bar CGC - Corona (a fluffy)
Embers Aint Misbehavin - Flirt (Corona's mini me)
A good friend helps you up when you fall. A best friend pees their pants laughing and trips you again!
Good all around hunt, 11 ducks, 1 goose, a long blind retrieve, and everyone is happy.
1st pic is the days bag, 2nd is the ride home. She's just a loving kind of dog, saying Thanks.
HRCH TilHe CallsUsHome ~ Tilly
September teal season was also gator season, so the coyote saw precious little deep water work:
He was ferried across our pothole by boat to pick up what fell on the flotant around it:
Or chauffeured to deep water birds:
Reckon he enjoyed the freedom of afternoon hunts in shallow flooded pasture most:
The first split of "big duck" season brought colder, safer water, but still more little ducks than big to our area:
Mallards were at a premium:
and wood ducks uncommonly common:
Then, too, there were a few specklebellied geese:
and even a blue:
Overall, a weak season, numerically, but we passed a pretty fine time and are looking forward to opening the second split Saturday.
Just got back from South Dakota. It was tough the 1st couple of days, basically a bird or 2 per guy per day. After the hunt crew left, Carver and I hunted alone on Tuesday; one of those banner days of 18 degrees, light snow and light wind...took all day, but we had a good time.
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Bluegoose's Cut of Jazztime, aka Carver
The new kid: Sophie, whose registered name will come to us soon enough....
Forever with me:
RockErin's Island Code 01/2012-06/2013...Koda, your promise and my dream ended way too soon. Them 2 yeller dawgs will help you find your way...
Vammy's Chasing The Light 10/98-2/2011...Chase, you rocked. Now go find Bailey, and "hunt up!".
Bailey 6/85-12/99...just a purebred, unregistered meat dawg...but what a girl. You were awesome, pook'ems...