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Grouse Reports???

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There is a Grouse report topic in the upland forum.

Check the Pheasant-Turkey-Grouse-Dove Forum

Looking forward to a little stroll through the woods myself this weekend. Good luck.

[This message has been edited by metrojoe (edited 10-08-2004).]

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last weekend I took my 2.5 year old for a walk in the woods east of Frazee and wouldn't you know we walked up to three different gouse. We got as close as about 10 yards before they clucked of into the brush. Pretty neat. My Daughter loved it.....Of course I was not toting a gun.

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Does he do that deer hunting too!
I use my gun to stabilize me when I hit the can........

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That's paceman for ya, leaving the gun in the truck. Come on man, you could have had your daughter shoot them, she's going to be 3 before too long...

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I let the grouse live because I could see they had little nubs on there heads. I am trying to manage my land for big buck grouse.......He! He!

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