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Kevin is a passionate fishing guide and photographer who specializes in the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem.

October 16, 2011

Tricky little devils.

Bright and early, was the start to our morning. Abel and I headed straight to a "sure thing" for pheasants in our region. We needed to find out how many new moves these tricky little devils were going to bust out this season. As mentioned in a blog entry for some upland brothers over at mouthful of feathers had to say about ditch parrots.
http://mouthfuloffeathers.com/2011/10/14/pre-game-strategies/
"They've been going over their playbook and have been scrimmaging during off season."

Well, so have we. Abel even improvised today, and I watched him tunnel through 15 feet of (250 thread count) native grass so thick, I couldn't find him or the pheasant he was flushing. Needless to say, we limited.

Now, back to the playbook so we can perfect our second season playaction pass.


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