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Saskatchewan Hunt

Each Fall I trade in my drift Boat and Fly-Rods for my 12 Pointing Dogs and two Labs and head up to what many consider the Gray Partridge "mecca" of North America ...Saskatchewan .The seasons starts the same as the Dogs and I get in the groove of long walks across native grass intermixed with Agricultural fields of Wheat ,Canola , Peas and Lentils . High Protein foods for the Huns and Sharptails that flourish there .

Although the hunting is good we are dealing with High Temperatures and Long Days, everything seems deceivingly calm .Once October rolls around Mother Nature's pace picks up , the Upland Birds are actively feeding and more Waterfowl move into the area and start to Stage ,It seems everything is alive ,along with the weather the tempo of the hunt changes .Sunny days are great for hunting Upland Birds , while a cold snap with a bit of snow pushes more Waterfowl in from the north which spells the makings of a great Duck Shoot .Of course all this action would be incomplete without the Dogs.,after all they make it .

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Taken on November 19, 2012