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Light wheeling while Qualin'

Discussion in 'Arizona' started by Buckoma, Oct 27, 2013.

  1. Buckoma

    Buckoma [OP] Well-Known Member

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    "Explored" a couple areas between Arlington and Tonopah, working agri fields adjacent to desert.

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    Hunted near this thing:
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    A good amount of quail but they were RUNNERS, hard to get shots off. Hassayampa River:
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    Nailed 6, lost 1... only hunted a couple hours.
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    Ran 4-hi on the dirt, engaged 4-lo twice to crawl some serious wash-outs. My heat shield above the cat is still vibrating :mad:
     
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    What a nice way to spend a Sunday!
     
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    Hah, left my house at 7am and was back before 10. Efficient :cool:
     
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    Did better than I did Saturday. Hunted 7-11 and only got 2 shots off and no birds. My partner got a cottontail and that was it.
     
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    I'm going to do a 1 nighter west of town in a few weeks, just to get out and rough-it camp a night and chase quail... and of course do a little 4x4 in some new areas. I used to do overnighters down south of Tucson to blast quail, rabbit, and dove. I kinda miss those. This next trip will be kind of like a homage trip to those days, although a bit closer to town. I'm hoping to return with at least 20 quail. Should be fun.
     
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    Did the 1 nighter west of Phx last month... the qualing turned out to be pretty sketchy but the trip was worth it to witness comedy like this:

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    Yes, we are nerds...
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    Lights out
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    The hunting grounds:
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    EDIT: didn't get any trail pics
     
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    Wow dude what did do with those quail? Pluck them gut them then eat the skin? Those little fuckers never stood a chance against your bird shot. And so what you expect me to believe you ate them full of bird shot...?
     
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    Dead quail sound good to me!
     
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    Not quite sure if serious or not?

    Looks like a blast to me. Ill have to buy an out of state license and go the next time the season is open. Back in Louisiana theres not many quail to hunt
     
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    kind of confused as to where your trying to go with this ^^....
     
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    la0d0g Its 4 o’clock somewhere

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    Troll revives thread to talk shit. Nothing to see here, carry on.
     
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    Aw9d That one guy

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    We used to eat quail all the time after shooting it.. All the time it was take a bite, spit out a bb, take a bite, spit out a bb. I thought it was cool when I was a little kid. We'd get a metal bucket so you would hear the 'ting' noise when you spit the bb.

    Someone should make a seasoned bird shot. As it goes into the muscle it starts releasing seasoning and marinates until you cook it. :D
     
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    Yah who the fuck does he think he is? That fucking troll!
     
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    good question.



    so what do you do with your birds? feed them to the coyotes?
     
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    I don't hunt birds, well you can't really consider the quail a bird it can't fucking fly! The only things worth hunting are bear's lion's and tigers ohh my. And don't forget the human being omg they are the most fun to hunt!
     
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    OZ-T All of those moments....will be lost.....in time

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    Quail can fly
     
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    Quails can fly but they are usually seen on the ground. They are stout birds with sturdy legs and curved bills and their feathers are usually brown, speckled with white, black, or chestnut. Quails belong to the gallinaceous order. Gallinaceous birds tend to be sort of plump ground-feeders and, for the most part, are poor fliers.



    hey Peter you can hold your breath yes? so that means you can swim swim under water like a fish yes?


    ohh Canada sucks as well
     
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    You obviously know nothing about quail hunting. Why don't you go play in traffic douche bag.
     
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    OZ-T All of those moments....will be lost.....in time

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    I know what a Quail is and that they can fly , thanks for the Wikipedia copy / paste though

    Hey you're a dick , who could have seen that one coming
     
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