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hankyorke

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New to the forum, not new to hunting, upland hunting, dogs, or Indiana.
Just saying "Hi..."

I don't want even want general information on where to hunt. I hate cyber scouters! :cheers:

I prefer to hunt waterfowl, but my pup prefers upland hunting; we compromise and do both.



 
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FieldKing

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welcome, nice dog. Looks like an good older standard weight Browning A5 with solid rib in the pics? I am a old A5 man myself.
 

hankyorke

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Close, it's a Light Twelve from '51.

That A5 or my '37 Fox Sterlingworth are my regular choices. I have a '39-'40 16 ga Model 12 that I'll be hauling around with me this year as well. I hope I like it, as my roots are buried in pump guns.
 
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KBell

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Welcome!

Welcome to the forum Hankyorke!

You will find many great people and fellow sportsmen on this forum!:)
 

hankyorke

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Thanks fellas, I can't take all the credit for her... Around here, I pick the litter, my wife and two boys pick the pup.

@ 5 she is hitting her prime, but I find myself thinking about pups already. I know it's not time as I hardly have the time for her, but it's fun to dream.

We hunted IL a few weeks ago trading back and forth between her and my uncles Field Cocker. Talk about two different styles! They are fun little dogs though.
 

hankyorke

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Sory for the delay... we had a pretty good year. 10 species for the dawg and 1 new species in IN for me.
It's been a LONG time since I've seen wild Bobwhites... Now it's time to get ready for turkeys.







 

Miforester

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Quail are hit or miss especially in NE Indiana. Southern Indiana hard a pretty good pop but no pheasant, western portion of state could find both, least back in 80's that is.
 

Kismet

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Classic guns, classic dog, 10+ species...I understand why you haven't been posting...you're kind of living the dream. :D

Great images and sounds like, great life.

Nice work.:thumbsup:
 
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