Pheasants 2018

Discussion in 'Wisconsin Flyway Forum' started by Shirleyshusband, Oct 20, 2018.

  1. Shirleyshusband

    Shirleyshusband Elite Refuge Member

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    The DNR has a list of lands they stock that can be downloaded.

    Living in Waukesha, there's quite a few nearby.

    PM sent, good luck
     
  2. take'm

    take'm Elite Refuge Member

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    You can shoot hen pheasants in wi?
     
  3. Shirleyshusband

    Shirleyshusband Elite Refuge Member

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    The DNR has a list of lands they stock that can be downloaded.

    Living in Waukesha, there's quite a few nearby.

    PM sent, good luck
     
  4. Shirleyshusband

    Shirleyshusband Elite Refuge Member

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    In certain areas, yes.

    Old hen.... you know.:)
     
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  5. road kill

    road kill Senior Refuge Member

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    Silly question maybe.

    Are state lands steel shot now?
    I can't find the rule but I thought I had heard or read that sometime back.

    Stan b
     
  6. Shirleyshusband

    Shirleyshusband Elite Refuge Member

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    For pheasant I don't think so but I can't say for sure because I only use steel shot.
     
  7. road kill

    road kill Senior Refuge Member

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    Thank you guys for the pm's and the help.
    I am grateful.
    Today is Elvis' B-Day!

    Hope the old timer can get a bird!;)

    Him, not me......he is older than me now!

    Maybe I can return the favor sometime!

    Stan b
     
  8. road kill

    road kill Senior Refuge Member

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    Thank you guys for the pm's and the help.
    I am grateful.
    Today is Elvis' B-Day!

    Hope the old timer can get a bird!;)

    Him, not me......he is older than me now!

    Maybe I can return the favor sometime!

    Stan b
     
  9. Banded1

    Banded1 Elite Refuge Member

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    I am under the impression that some public land is non-toxic and some isn’t. Just to save the hassle, I only use steel. Plus I am equal opportunity, so if a duck or goose comes by, I’ll shoot them as well.
     
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  10. pud123

    pud123 Elite Refuge Member

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    Snuck out after work and before scouting tonight with the beast. 10 minutes in and I can’t call her off something in the cattails. Good job Shiloh. The one pheasant we got up was a hell of a track job by her. An easy 200 yards where I just kept behind her and let her do her thing. 5 yard flush made me wait a bit before hitting the trigger. Man I love watching her work.
     
  11. road kill

    road kill Senior Refuge Member

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    It worked out well for Elvis' 10th birthday today.
    Thanks again guys. 20181026_134830.jpg
     
  12. pud123

    pud123 Elite Refuge Member

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    Well done Elvis
     
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