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Originally Posted by Garry L Gordon View Post
On a couple of occasions -- generally in cold snowy conditions -- I've walked in on a point and saw birds still on their roost, even into the morning and early afternoon. Almost always a bird or two was sitting on top of another covey mate. Like Bobby, I almost always muffed the shot...like spotting woodcock or grouse in front of a point...I almost always miss.

Bruce, did you shoot well over that point pictured above?
Gary: No, it was before season opened so I was just working the dog. Did flush the little buggers and fired the blank pistol though. Bill was broke steady to wing and shot. Put the lead on him and led him off a good bit and on we went.
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