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My season starts in about two more weeks and it's getting harder and harder to wait with all these grouse posts so here are a few snapshots from last year's season to get everyone thinking of cool mornings, fall colors and dogs on birds.

Post some pics please the next two weeks will be torture!

I hope everyone has a great season this year.









































 

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Nice pics
 

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Awesome pics......nice dogs !!!!
 

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My 2 year old setter Roscoe , bottom picture was his first flash pointed grouse at 8 months , top picture was his first steady to flush grouse. He is ready for this season, he is handling grouse and woodcock , broke.
 

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Great pics! Hear is a picture of one while I was out checking my trapline last fall. I hunted grouse real often when I had my Brittany, since she has passed, I just don't go that often anymore but just love hunting them!

 

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BrushBuster,
Well we have about a month to go, hope everyone is gearing up, purchasing another new gun, shells and what ever
else each hunter wants. Your pictures are real nice!

Here are a few more












 

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Nice looking Parker. Glad to see it still earning a living. My VH hit the century mark last fall and is still going strong.
I love seeing that Flues and L.C.'s in DAPS and PCD's photos as well.
Can someone point me to some better instructions for posting photos. I tried the FAQ and is just not working out.
 

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Brushbuster,

Some of those pics look familiar!! There's nothing like the colors of autumn to fire the blood!
 

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trapperrick said:
Great pics everyone! Dap- that 3rd pic you have, what is that on the grouse???
The feathers on the neck were pulled apart to show the crop. It was the size of a racquetball, and full of barberry, grapes and fern.


 
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