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Rooster Pinch

To me the week of thanksgiving means chasing pheasant.  And by this time of the season pheasants have become wily critters that make a living…well…staying alive.  In fact, it doesn’t take very long after opening day shots are fired for the roosters to begin to use some crafty ways of dodging the hunter – both two and four-legged.  This holds even more true in years when fewer young pheasants are on the landscape.  This is when a it’s time to …

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Quick Tips for Pheasant, Quail Opener on TV

I’ll be giving you some quick tips on hunting rooster pheasant and bobwhite quail for the opening of those two seasons this weekend on my Weekly Outdoor Report airing LIVE Thursday at 6 p.m. CST during the sportscast on Omaha’s WOWT 6 News with Greg Ortiz. Changes in habitat use and drought have led to low numbers of pheasants in many locales, however, there are areas where hunters can find birds! Also, improved numbers of bobwhite quail most likely will …

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Helpful Hints for Hunting, Shooting on Radio

Helpful hints for the early game bird hunting seasons, sporting clay shooting leagues, and shotgunning in-general will be covered along with much, much more when Terry Kriz of the Oak Creek Sporting Club near Brainard, NE stops by my Great Outdoor Radio Show this week (Photos by Mario Robinson of Lincoln, NE) You’ll find Terry very informative. Don’t miss a chance to visit with him! The Great Outdoor Radio Show I host is presented by Mahoney State Park and is …

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