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nhmoose 
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nhmoose
08-09-18 07:07 PM - Post#1696949    

    In response to Britsmoothy

Selling Crow meat will have to be in the UK as they are Migratory birds here in the USA. Shootable but Try selling them after IMHO I will pass.

 
Britsmoothy 
70 Cal.
Posts: 4559
08-10-18 05:19 AM - Post#1697000    

    In response to nhmoose

Crows ain't migratory here, they like the same area all year round, until someone drills them with something!Then the stay put forever!!.

 
Feltwad 
45 Cal.
Posts: 559
08-11-18 12:27 PM - Post#1697246    

    In response to nhmoose

  • nhmoose Said:
Selling Crow meat will have to be in the UK as they are Migratory birds here in the USA. Shootable but Try selling them after IMHO I will pass.


Crows ,rooks, and jackdaws here do not migrate they will cover a area of square miles in search of food. You will find that carrion crows are very territorial and will drive out other crows of the same out of their area. If they did migrate it would make my job a lot easy shooting large numbers moves from the job of hunting and becomes a bore.
Feltwad


 
Feltwad 
45 Cal.
Posts: 559
10-06-18 01:34 AM - Post#1705790    

    In response to Feltwad

With most of the cereal crops harvest and resewn brings a end to the crow control for another year .it has been a hectic season which totalled four figures . It is now time to take it easy till November when we start the pheasant season when the leaf is off the trees .
Feltwad

 
Grumpa 
58 Cal.
Posts: 2077
10-06-18 02:29 PM - Post#1705854    

    In response to Feltwad

My hat is off to you!

You have diligently performed a most useful service, honing your skills, and getting to do it with some really neat old smoothbores. Hard work, but someone has to do it.

Now, take a well-deserved rest, so you can enjoy the pheasant season when it comes.

Richard/Grumpa


 
azmntman 
75 Cal.
Posts: 5802
azmntman
10-07-18 10:52 PM - Post#1706048    

    In response to Feltwad

  • Feltwad Said:
  • nhmoose Said:
Selling Crow meat will have to be in the UK as they are Migratory birds here in the USA. Shootable but Try selling them after IMHO I will pass.


Crows ,rooks, and jackdaws here do not migrate they will cover a area of square miles in search of food. You will find that carrion crows are very territorial and will drive out other crows of the same out of their area. If they did migrate it would make my job a lot easy shooting large numbers moves from the job of hunting and becomes a bore.
Feltwad




welcome back

 
Feltwad 
45 Cal.
Posts: 559
10-08-18 06:06 AM - Post#1706070    

    In response to azmntman

Thank you for the welcome but I will not be coming back for a long time .I only replied to my thread to finish the season of crows on Barley.

Feltwad

 
Feltwad 
45 Cal.
Posts: 559
10-10-18 03:43 AM - Post#1706319    

    In response to Grumpa

Richard
Thank you for your kind words much appreciated.
Feltwad

 
Samuel S. 
32 Cal.
Posts: 17
10-11-18 11:25 AM - Post#1706532    

    In response to Feltwad

Feltwad, I have no experience using a muzzleloading shotgun for hunting, but I really enjoy reading your posts.



 
Feltwad 
45 Cal.
Posts: 559
10-12-18 01:37 AM - Post#1706633    

    In response to Samuel S.

  • Samuel S. Said:
Feltwad, I have no experience using a muzzleloading shotgun for hunting, but I really enjoy reading your posts.




Thank you Samuel S .
Glad you enjoyed my posts but many did not with their remarks that is why I left
Feltwad

 
azmntman 
75 Cal.
Posts: 5802
azmntman
10-12-18 04:18 AM - Post#1706635    

    In response to Feltwad

  • Feltwad Said:
  • Samuel S. Said:
Feltwad, I have no experience using a muzzleloading shotgun for hunting, but I really enjoy reading your posts.




Thank you Samuel S .
Glad you enjoyed my posts but many did not with their remarks that is why I left
Feltwad



Apparently not. Make up your mind You may have stopped posting but like the cheetos guy says " ya know we can see you, right?"

BTW I dont think anyone wanted you to leave. I enjoyed most of yous posts, just not the negative slaming a guys "ways" stuff. Come on back

 
Dick Lane 
36 Cal.
Posts: 89
10-14-18 12:06 PM - Post#1706949    

    In response to Britsmoothy

When I was a young lad the old ones used to say that you eat just the breasts off rooks, in fact I remember one of my uncles used to occasionally.

 
Britsmoothy 
70 Cal.
Posts: 4559
10-14-18 03:42 PM - Post#1706973    

    In response to Dick Lane

  • Dick Lane Said:
When I was a young lad the old ones used to say that you eat just the breasts off rooks, in fact I remember one of my uncles used to occasionally.


Good to hear from you again.
Still got your trade gun?

B.

 
Feltwad 
45 Cal.
Posts: 559
10-17-18 12:06 PM - Post#1707447    

    In response to azmntman

Come On Back

To what snide remarks and jealousy by some. Not for a long time there are other forums .
Feltwad

 
azmntman 
75 Cal.
Posts: 5802
azmntman
10-17-18 12:18 PM - Post#1707453    

    In response to Feltwad

OK, well keep n checking in

 
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