That's not very nice. But it's funny, so that makes it ok. GH clearly understands the fact that if you don't pull the trigger, you don't shoot birds. His videos are awesome. I think mostly because his hunting style very closely matches my own. And...no obnoxious music. Sage exercises supreme power over her foe.Now you can't post in the shooting percentage threads boosting. (boasting probably)
GS, that footage is fun to watch, I had quit watching clips posted, as it was loud pounding music and watching the footage seemed to make me feel like I had a hangover and was in a fishing boat on choppy water. Now you can't post in the shooting percentage threads boosting. I hunt with a fella a couple times a year that I am not sure I have ever seen get the bird on the first shot, but almost always on the second. I only hunt IA, and wasn't aware of other states not allowing part hunting...that would keep my numbers down. Thanks for posting that, hope folks find it, it would be a good thread, but mabe it was??
I might have been a little more aware of the GoPro and ShotKam in the early hunts, but I have been as likely to hit as miss on the first shot since my dad gave me an 870 for Christmas when I was a kid. It's just a bad habit and I've never cared enough to fix it. I'm married with grade school kids, so I don't have any buddies, lol.I agree that dog is a worker!! Love her extreme energy! If I were guaranteed of that kind of hunting ability I would consider a lab....w/o that guarantee, I will bet on a GSP. From the little I saw, you have a great dog, congrats. That video was nice, roosters crackling, is one of my favorite sounds! Do you think the filming and gear needed for that...or the subconscious pressure of filming the hunts affect the shooting (it can't help)? You crushed many on first shots, guessing without the filming, just out with your buddies, you aren't double tapping. It looks like everthing is a "mile" away in all the videos, those are so much better compared to what I had viewed, glad I played it, well done for sure!
Thanks, I usually wear a ball cap, but when it's cold I usually wear a stocking cap. I'll see what I can find that might work with that. Debating a chest rig but guessing my arms would get in the way.