View Full Version : Rainy Day Hunt

09-27-2015, 10:39 AM
Started out slow this morning but managed to get 12! Second time out this year!
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09-27-2015, 10:41 AM
Didn't get our calls in the pic but it was starting to rain so we put them away!

09-27-2015, 02:13 PM
Way to hang in there and get it done!

yankee outlaw
09-28-2015, 05:26 PM
nice shooting guys how do you reach out there and bring them down
i see your one shot gun is really short bbl must be lots of fun
i cant seem to get them in very close i only have one call its the crow fight
on a fox pro they come by and take right off i put out five decoy crows and some times an owl i dont think they are seeing me

09-29-2015, 03:09 PM
We use several decoys and set up in cut corn or bean fields. I shoot an over and under or a browning gold hunter. My buddy's shoot Winchester sx3 and a rem 1187, that's the short one you see. I shoot imp/mod and mod chokes in my gun and use a heavy load of no. 7's. I ordered 16 or 18 calls from Foxpro for my shockwave and my buddy has every crow sound that Foxpro has on his Foxpro. We use "crows" and "crow fight" as well as "young crow fighting" with great success. If you use the "crow fight", take two decoys and put them facing each other a little farther away from your other decoys. Good luck and stay after em!

10-02-2015, 08:43 PM
That's a good day there.... we have found that a overcast day is s good day for the birds. They seem to actually like it even when it's a bit windy and they fly into it and at first sign of danger they can turn and ride the wind. I gotta admit I can be a fair weather hunter at times though lol