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Happenings Fall 2010

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The view from above the river presented seemingly infinite horizons. The springers are wearing K-9 top coats. These lightweight jackets shed the many stickers and burrs that would otherwise imbed in their hair. They are also the first defense from the errant barbed wire snag, preventing cuts and tears in their skin.



The draws from the Elm River are great hiding spots for game. Typically the pheasants roosted here, but often could be discovered midafternoon also. Here we have one huntsman, two guns, and four dogs covering the ground. Odds in our favor.

We hunted a lot of tree rows with success. These wildlife plantings were real game magnets offering food, cover, and security for the birds. This particular site had two and a half miles of tree rows alongside stands of grain, food plots, and CRP. There are over fourteen miles of these tree row plantings throughout Daybreak. Always a new place to hunt.

Winter hunters included the annual reunion of the Hall brothers. The brothers come from literally the four corners of the country each December for a hunt with Pine Shadows. Here is Rich with his springer, Boston.



Six women executives involved in marketing and communications for the hunting industry experienced some fine pheasant hunting guided by Morgan, brother Travis and Joannie. Everyone tried out the latest in Benelli shotguns as we sampled a dozen different guns both on the trap range and in the field. Some of the participants blogged about their adventure. Deerfly Diaries Pheasant Blog

Longtime friends of hunting with us, Truck Country enjoyed three visits this fall. Besides kicking up lots of birds, we found a couple skunks and successfully used our effective peroxide antidote: a couple bottles of peroxide, scoop of baking soda, and a good squirt of Dawn dish detergent. Make a paste and rub over the dog while wearing rubber gloves. Rinse. Remember.


Fall Pheasant Hunting, the way it ought to be.


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