Thor wrote:But I have been told, don't know for sure, that 70-80% of the peasants are pen raised. In my opinion I can go to a "farm" a lot cheaper.
Pryor Creek Okie wrote:....... Anyway, if you want to make the upland hunt of a lifetime, consider Alaska. Three species of ptarmigan, four species of grouse, liberal limits, and all the public land you could ask for. And I promise you that these birds are 100% wild!
White tailed ptarmigan, sharptails, and blue grouse.Wagonmaster wrote:Okie, what species are there in AK? I am aware of the two ptarmigans, willow and rock, and ruffed and spruce grouse. What else is there to hunt upland, especially in the open?
Chaingang wrote:Thor wrote:But I have been told, don't know for sure, that 70-80% of the peasants are pen raised. In my opinion I can go to a "farm" a lot cheaper.
Thor, where did you here that one? I'll agree that some of the big outfitter operations do supplement with released birds. But this is mainly to get classified as a preserve so that their clientele have the option to shoot more than the 3 per day limit. South Dakota is absolutely king when it comes to Phez. And yes these are WILD BIRDS.
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