Went out for my final trip and hunted Saturday through Monday. The first day we saw a fair amount of pheasants 40+- and 3 nice sized coveys . The Roosters were very difficult to get near to, but the quail co operated nicely. Saturday morning we hunted a different area that had good populations of both opening week and only got into one covey. Saturday afternoon we hunted a piece we that had produced well for us last year and it turned out to be the Honey hole; we shot 7 Roosters 8 Quail and a PC the last 2 hours of the day. Yesterday was more like Saturday, struggling to get close to Roosters. Had a decent shot at one and broke a wing, unfortunately losing my first Rooster of the year. We did see a fair amount of Roosters during the Golden Hour, but none of them truly cooperated! Ended up with 6 quail and a Rooster. Overall, we saw a fair amount of WILD Roosters and A LOT of henS over the weekend. We did not see quite the amount of quail I was expecting to see compared to opening week, but that’s life. In the area I hunt, I am cautiously optimistic that with the right amount of moisture for the remainder of Winter and Spring, the population will hopefully bounce back next year. Have a great rest of your season!