Pheasant Fest 2004 Montana style

Big Sky

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Any one that knows me well, knows I don't spend much time hunting birds. Doesn't mean I don't know how, just prefer bigger critters. However, my bud's caught me at a weak momment for the opener. I think we did alright for a bunch of old fat guys. Neomont you should recognise the extra old fart at the far end of the line sitting down.
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1_pointer

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Dang, did you guys leave any for seed??? ;) Congrats! I'm hoping to tie in to a few of those in Nov.
 

Nemont

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Big Sky, I do recognize him. He sure has fixed up his place by the lake. I only got two birds on opening day.

congrats on the pheasant. My kids can't wait for me to load up on the pheasant and make "chicken strips" out of them.

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mtmiller

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Nice work on the ditch-parrots Troy. I haven't hunted them much since I left SD. Of course, like you, I spend more time chasing the hairy, native creatures. Although it is pretty tough to beat the taste of a good ring neck.

Pheasant strips. That is a new one for me, but sure sounds tasty.

BTW Tyler, I guess they just passed a new law in SD-- UTARDS PROHIBITED FROM UPLAND HUNTING DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER. Sorry man, maybe next year.
 

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Utards are native born and bred in UT, move-ins don't fall under that category. My neighbor's a bishop and told me so! :D
 

Big Sky

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Nope 1_pointer, once you qualify for residency in Utah you officially become a Utard. If you don't believe me ask anyone from Ida's-ho or Wyoming.
 

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C'mon BS, don't burst my bubble! ;) I guess the plates on my truck give me away, but not my driving abilities!! :D This is the only place I've been where folks drive faster in 1' of snow than in a drizzle of rain. Not too mention going 55 in the left hand lane on I15. :mad:
 

Big Sky

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1_pointer, I have to agree with you on the driving down there. Scares me to death everytime I go down there. Heck, the guys driving the big rigs are as bad as anyone. Last summer I was driving to Cedar City when just north of Parowan two Semi's blew past me like I was in reverse. Did I mention I was going 85 mph. The trailors on both those semi's were whipping from side to side and crossing the center and outside line. Friggen insane!
 

Daniel in Ak

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Now thats it,Im down right stinking jealous
Awwww! man! I never shot,hell never seen one of them chinese chickens in the wild yet! Seriously fellas..............CONGRATS! Daniel
 
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