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2nd Annual FM Pheasant Hunt

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metrojoe

I snapped a few photos through out the day. I'll be picking the film up tonight.

Where would I go to upload them so I can make them available to everyone?

Thanks
Joe

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RAGNAR!!??....BAH!!! BRING BACK HUB!!

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pheasant maniac

thanks to all this was a fun event.
hope to see or here from you guys down the road.

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mistermom

Well my dog Daisy wasn't to into it; but we had a good time nonetheless. Thanks Spinach and all for a good time. Thanks Scott for some good ideas for Daisy. I'm thinking Daisy will do better in a little less stimulating environment for the opener. Good season everybody!

mm

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gspman

Spinach,
Thanks for the kind words about my pup. I was pleased with her performance. Maybe we can get out for a day trip sometime.
gspman

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LuciandTim

Good Times again guys.......

I'm going to give Rick a call tomorrow and see if I can head up and chase some scratch birds around. Next week my brother wants to check the place out also. We'll be heading up when it works for Rick and probably geting about 10 birds. Gotta get some work done before the season! I was really impressed with our first outting. In the morning she was great but by afternoon she was pretty slow, by the evening hunt she hardly left my side. Its a stamina thing.

Thanks again guys for getting this together!! Good Times.

P.S. Are there any pictures?

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spinach

Here is a few pics taken from the hunt courtesy of Benny... Thankyou Benny.

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LuciandTim

Change of plans....I guess they don't allow scratcch hunting anymore...Oh well, if anyone else goes up before the season starts or even during the season and they need some more birds let me know, we need to get out some more.

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pheasant maniac

hopefully we can get some more pics.
metro joe said he took some are they ready?

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metrojoe

I've got them, I'm going to try and upload them to shutterfly.

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metrojoe

Don't get your undies in a bunch maniac. grin.gif I opened an account and started uploading pictures today. I think I still need to set it up so everyone can view them.

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pheasant maniac

metro joe got pics ready yet? i'll be going to the west for opener if i don't have to guide that week end.can't wait.

hurry with te pics.

thanks pheasant maniac.

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metrojoe

I uploaded all the photos and I emailed the link to spinach.

Let me know if there is any problems.

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metrojoe

Now that I've had a little time to fool around with this, lets give a try.

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