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whats your favorite bird to hunt???

Discussion in 'Bird Taxidermy' started by RDA, Jun 8, 2008.

  1. RDA

    RDA Well-Known Member

    Rick Carter tarted this in the fish section, sssoooo,,,,,, whats yours, mine would be, ruffed grouse...
  2. Peter Span

    Peter Span Corvids, gotta catch them all!

    Bald eagles!!

  3. Bluebills
  4. Beehunter

    Beehunter Active Member

    Favorite is Geese. Then Turkeys, Quail and Ducks.
  5. bowhntr

    bowhntr New Member

    Definitely Turkeys, then doves, and ducks.
  6. hambone

    hambone Well-Known Member

    Nothing beats a long tailed rooster pheasant
  7. jsbirds

    jsbirds I think I can, I think I can...

    Sea Duck hunting on Long Island N.Y.
  8. alexm

    alexm New Member

    Sea ducks in January on the ocean ,nothing better
  9. ludvik

    ludvik beginner taxidermist :-)

    definitely Tetrao urogallus,tiur,capercaillie. ;D ;D ;D

    ole cm
  10. Jesse Carr

    Jesse Carr Get a holt with your feet and stick your chest out

    snowy owl then bald eagle and then turkey then ducks then grouse then woodcock
  11. Beehunter

    Beehunter Active Member

    I have always wanted to try that.
  12. I love hunting turkeys, then ducks. Pretty much any bird you can call in, oooh hell any bird, they all tast good.
  13. what about this one
    shot with the camera
    gr Henk
  14. Old Fart

    Old Fart Active Member

    RUFFED GROUSE, far and away the most challenging IMHO. They have HUMBLED me on many occasions. Turkey's you don't hunt, you ambush(I'm not a sit and wait hunter) I perfer to "spot and stalk". While pheasants are "spot and stalk"birds, they are like shooting clay pigeons. That's not saying I hit every clay pigeon I shoot at, far from it. The ruffed grouse has that ability to put a tree between you and it at the instant you pull the trigger. Or flush the instant you crawl under or over that fallen tree. Or flush from next to your truck right as you unload the shotgun after you just spent the last four hours "beating the brush" search for them. The only time they flush and fly right down the logging road is when you've just taken both your shots at the "decoy" that flushed in the thickest spot possible and you missed, then the rest of them go! How the hell do they know to go after the TWO shots?
  15. Tork

    Tork Save the Tundra - "Kill Whitey"

    snow geese and barrows goldeneyes
  16. mantis

    mantis New Member

    geese and then maybe ........geese
  17. wildriver

    wildriver New Member

    bustin Californian quail aver the snake river
  18. igor

    igor Member

    Have you try a Swifts?? ;D ;D ;D ( not in America for sure). Lots of fun
  19. muleyhunter

    muleyhunter Soulmates, Gods way of saying together forever

    Harliquins in the open water.........
  20. nate

    nate Active Member

    Definetely diver ducks