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    Chukar on the menu tonight!


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    Bob...I'm jealous! That is some fine eating. Been a few years since I hunted then in Nevada. Good job my friend.
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    I got a couple of sage grouse last days off, coming up Thursday or Friday I am hoping to get out and get my dog on multiple coveys......congrats, how do you plan on cooking them up??

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdub24 View Post
    I got a couple of sage grouse last days off, coming up Thursday or Friday I am hoping to get out and get my dog on multiple coveys......congrats, how do you plan on cooking them up??
    Probably bake them with some potatoes and cream of mushroom soup for a couple hours. I'll let my wife decide...she's a far better cook!
    Chukar are one of my favorite birds to eat! It's a workout getting them though!

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    Congrats! I've never had them before. Hope they taste great!

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    Mighty fine! Make sure to share a few morsels with the ol lab!

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    mmm chukar pot pie

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKaviator View Post
    Probably bake them with some potatoes and cream of mushroom soup for a couple hours. I'll let my wife decide...she's a far better cook!
    Chukar are one of my favorite birds to eat! It's a workout getting them though!
    congrats !
    it is a workout, no doubt about that, but sure is worth the reward!

    dangbirds. you chase em to the top an they fly to the bottom. chase em tyo the bottom and they fly back to the top.

    played that game in my youth. now I let the youngsters chase em up or down. I stay either on top or bottom of canyon and let em chase em to me.
    and I kill a lot more of em now then I used to . getting old makes you hunt smarter instead of harder.
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    4 more today, plus a couple roosters! I commented to my wife (she chased them with me) how much steeper the hills have gotten over the years. I'm 63 in a couple weeks.
    Last edited by AKaviator; 10-12-2017 at 07:26 PM.

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    Bob, looks great! I'm so glad you're enjoying your vacation down in the lower 48��

 

 
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