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Terry Green
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Many thanks to Larry Surtees for inviting me on this St Judes Pheasant Hunt...


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wildgame
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Congrats Terry! Those are a blast with a stick and string! That hen Would make a cool mount .

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"go afield with good attitude,and with respect for the wildlife you hunt, and the forest and fields in which you walk" -Fred Bear

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Brock
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I used to enjoy flinging arrows at those things in Maryland every year....only hit one or two in air the 5 years I was there....got three or four on ground as well. You should be quite proud of your game bag that day...


keep em sharp,

ron herman

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Ron Herman
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[thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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Bernie B.
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Wow! I can't do that with a shotgun! Nice pictures, and congratulations on a very successful hunt.

Bernie Bjorklund

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Bisch
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Congrats Terry! I went on my second pheasant hunt today and finally connected on my first flying bird. It was awesome. If you don't mind me asking, what were you using for points and did you hunt over dogs?

Congrats again,

Bisch

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Congrats Terry for a poker of pheasants! I am been a couple of time but I just touched one.Lot of fun for sure.

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good shooting !!! congratulations

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Too cool! I haven't been one to really want to get out and pheasant hunt but now that I have a recurve it is near the top of my list.

Thanks for sharing

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very cool. I may need to try this next pheasant season here in Iowa. [Wink]

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Congrats again bud!

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Nice shooting!

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Terry Green
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Bisch.......it was a field point with a crimped collar behind it.....kinda like an upside down bottle cap......yes there were pointers. The story is on powwow. ...St Jude fins and feathers.

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Awesome shooting, Congrats!
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Terry, glad you made it! It was a blast. Can't wait to do it again. Hopefully real, real soon! The big thanks needs to go to the Wilson clan -- what a great family!!!

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