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Ben Hong

What people don't understand is this is something that we only have in America.

There is no other country in the world where the ordinary citizen can go out and enjoy hunting and fishing.

There's no other nation in the world where that happens.

And it's very much a part of our heritage.

Norman Schwarzkopf

As good as the General is on the battlefield, he knows squat about other countries' customs. I know he must know about Canada because he has been to New Brunswick's Miramichi River for Atlantic salmon. From the comments he left in the guest book, he thoroughly enjoyed himself IN CANADA! And, we have way fewer "No Hunting" signs than anywhere in the US of A, the Land of the Free.

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Uplandish

"they could be anywhere so you have to look everywhere" in regards to sharptails.

"There are a million things in the woods that look like a ruffed grouse, but a ruffed grouse looks like nothing else"

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Cold Iron

Close to another one, shoot them where they eat not where they chit.

If there was a like button on here I would hit like on most of the posts!

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Brad Eden

What people don't understand is this is something that we only have in America.

There is no other country in the world where the ordinary citizen can go out and enjoy hunting and fishing.

There's no other nation in the world where that happens.

And it's very much a part of our heritage.

Norman Schwarzkopf

As good as the General is on the battlefield, he knows squat about other countries' customs. I know he must know about Canada because he has been to New Brunswick's Miramichi River for Atlantic salmon. From the comments he left in the guest book, he thoroughly enjoyed himself IN CANADA! And, we have way fewer "No Hunting" signs than anywhere in the US of A, the Land of the Free.

You just can't let the good old USA get any props...can ya Ben... :oops::<img src=:'>  

If memory serves me non-residents need to employ a guide to hunt and fish in Canada, at least in New Brunswick.

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Brad Eden
Quote often whispered by a seasoned grouse limb sluicer: "Shoot the bottom bird first and work up so falling birds dont spook them."

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gunsrus
''Did ya hear that ?'' :down:

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tut
Custom gun maker Maurice Ottmar had a favorite saying. It was, “Life is too short to hunt with an ugly gun".

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Brad Eden
"I thought shooting Woodcock was supposed to be easy."

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Clueless1

"No way I could have missed that!"

Me

"How did you miss that one?"

Every hunting partner of mine

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Hub

What people don't understand is this is something that we only have in America.

There is no other country in the world where the ordinary citizen can go out and enjoy hunting and fishing.

There's no other nation in the world where that happens.

And it's very much a part of our heritage.

Norman Schwarzkopf

As good as the General is on the battlefield, he knows squat about other countries' customs. I know he must know about Canada because he has been to New Brunswick's Miramichi River for Atlantic salmon. From the comments he left in the guest book, he thoroughly enjoyed himself IN CANADA! And, we have way fewer "No Hunting" signs than anywhere in the US of A, the Land of the Free.

You just can't let the good old USA get any props...can ya Ben... :oops::<img src=:'>  

If memory serves me non-residents need to employ a guide to hunt and fish in Canada, at least in New Brunswick.

Canada is more like a US territory.  In order to be considered it's own country it would need it's own military.  That's probably what the general was alluding to.

:D

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FRODO
What people don't understand is this is something that we only have in America.

There is no other country in the world where the ordinary citizen can go out and enjoy hunting and fishing.

There's no other nation in the world where that happens.

And it's very much a part of our heritage.

Norman Schwarzkopf

As good as the General is on the battlefield, he knows squat about other countries' customs. I know he must know about Canada because he has been to New Brunswick's Miramichi River for Atlantic salmon. From the comments he left in the guest book, he thoroughly enjoyed himself IN CANADA! And, we have way fewer "No Hunting" signs than anywhere in the US of A, the Land of the Free.

You just can't let the good old USA get any props...can ya Ben... :oops::<img src=:'>  

If memory serves me non-residents need to employ a guide to hunt and fish in Canada, at least in New Brunswick.

Canada is more like a US territory.  In order to be considered it's own country it would need it's own military.  That's probably what the general was alluding to.

:D

Now that's the respect we have come to expect from you. How about recognizing we are your largest trading partner, have the best relationship between countries and share so much more than what devices us. Try the high road.

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Cold Iron
Quote often whispered by a seasoned grouse limb sluicer: "Shoot the bottom bird first and work up so falling birds dont spook them."

They also are known to say: "Use the Air Force method, Aim High so you shoot them in the head."

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Hub
What people don't understand is this is something that we only have in America.

There is no other country in the world where the ordinary citizen can go out and enjoy hunting and fishing.

There's no other nation in the world where that happens.

And it's very much a part of our heritage.

Norman Schwarzkopf

As good as the General is on the battlefield, he knows squat about other countries' customs. I know he must know about Canada because he has been to New Brunswick's Miramichi River for Atlantic salmon. From the comments he left in the guest book, he thoroughly enjoyed himself IN CANADA! And, we have way fewer "No Hunting" signs than anywhere in the US of A, the Land of the Free.

You just can't let the good old USA get any props...can ya Ben... :oops::<img src=:'>  

If memory serves me non-residents need to employ a guide to hunt and fish in Canada, at least in New Brunswick.

Canada is more like a US territory.  In order to be considered it's own country it would need it's own military.  That's probably what the general was alluding to.

:D

Now that's the respect we have come to expect from you. How about recognizing we are your largest trading partner, have the best relationship between countries and share so much more than what devices us. Try the high road.

Although Ben is only an 'Internet Buddy' (of some 15 years mind you), I tease all my buddies internet or not.  Although I was only trying to 'zing' him...it looks like I caught you instead.

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Don Steese
What people don't understand is this is something that we only have in America.

There is no other country in the world where the ordinary citizen can go out and enjoy hunting and fishing.

There's no other nation in the world where that happens.

And it's very much a part of our heritage.

Norman Schwarzkopf

As good as the General is on the battlefield, he knows squat about other countries' customs. I know he must know about Canada because he has been to New Brunswick's Miramichi River for Atlantic salmon. From the comments he left in the guest book, he thoroughly enjoyed himself IN CANADA! And, we have way fewer "No Hunting" signs than anywhere in the US of A, the Land of the Free.

You just can't let the good old USA get any props...can ya Ben... :oops::<img src=:'>  

If memory serves me non-residents need to employ a guide to hunt and fish in Canada, at least in New Brunswick.

The requirement of having to use a guide is a provincial thing, not nationwide.

I like the one Michael McIntosh mentions about how to get some evil stares from a room full of Texas hunters bird hunters. "I can't hit them quail, they run too damn fast!!" or "If the Alamo had had a back door there wouldn't be a Texas!"

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Larry Brown
Shooter on a clay target course:  "Where'd I miss that one?"  "I'm not sure, but I think you need to shoot closer to the target!"

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