Upland hunters In los angeles area?
Posted 09 August 2011 - 11:08 AM
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Posted 09 August 2011 - 12:51 PM
Posted 09 August 2011 - 07:41 PM
Yeah, it must be the Sadomasochist in me. I Think the anger, hatred, and frustration just reassure me that I'm still alive. But...... I can honestly say I've never flushed a hundred coyotes in one day either I would start with the chukar if I were you, they're eeaassyy. Especially since I only carry three shells thanks to my own personal three shell chukar theory. But he is right, listen to me at your own risk!It's funny you mention my love for birds today though, just got back from taking the nephew on his first shotgun shoot ever. He DEFINITELY has our blood. Started with the 20ga 870 (not youth either) and by the end of the day he was tripping the clay thrower himself and knocking em dead with my 12ga 30" full choke 1100. Which, by the way gets it's name from how many pounds it weighs. I would've loved to offer to take you Rico, but this year we got two brand spankin new hunters (11 and 14) and we don't really want them around others for a spell. Sorry, but the kids have to come first. I do wish you well though. And you CAN find quail and chukar within 2 hours of L.A., I do it every year............
OH, & do NOT listen to Bisley either, as he thinks bird hunting is better than predator hunting. Poor man!
Posted 09 August 2011 - 08:09 PM
Posted 09 August 2011 - 08:51 PM
FLUSHING Coyotes? Man, no wonder... You're doing it all wrong! Coyotes are suppose to COME TO YOU. Geez... guess I'm gonna have to show you, eh? LOL
I can honestly say I've never flushed a hundred coyotes in one day either
Just swell, Bisley... Giving away EXACT hunting locations again. LOL Rico, hope you know I was just messing with you. And while there certainly is quail hunting less than 2 hrs from L.A., driving a little over 2 hrs will often provide better quail hunting IMO. At least on public land. Finding a place without an army of hunters will be the real secret (after finding the quail). As a rule, the further away from a city, the better the hunting & less hunters... again, on public land.I can't believe Sept & Oct are almost here already. Time really does go by fast. And good for you, Bisley on getting your nephew prepared. Way to go! Frankp.s. Rico, researching the old posts in the bird hunting section on this and other forums should give you good info, since most of this stuff, including locations have been mentioned repeatedly. Good Luck!
And you CAN find quail and chukar within 2 hours of L.A.,
Posted 09 August 2011 - 09:56 PM
Ooooohhhhh, I get it! You sit on ice chests in natural walk paths between their dens and water and wait for them to walk by, right? Just like dove. Man, I may have to rethink this whole predator thing. As far as giving away hunting locations, I have never minded that. I'll give away all my favorite spots one more time for all the new guys again. For fish, I have always had best luck in the water. For trout, cold water and for catfish, warm, murky water. As for the birds, I usually have best luck in the air. However, since chukar are not birds but rather Satan in the form of a bird, all rules are off! As far as coyotes go, I JUST learned that you hunt them like dove!Hope that helps. Good Luck to all.
FLUSHING Coyotes? Man, no wonder... You're doing it all wrong! Coyotes are suppose to COME TO YOU. Geez... guess I'm gonna have to show you, eh? LOL Just swell, Bisley... Giving away EXACT hunting locations again. LOL
Posted 10 August 2011 - 09:36 AM
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