Wow, I wish something cool would happen to me once in awhile. My best story i got currently is: opending day of pheasant season this year i shot a rooster (happend to be my 4th and limit in the 1st field of the day probably around 8:00 or 8:30 a.m.) at no more that 10 yards away. I watched this bird drop, marked it down, then walked over to get it. I got to where i dropped it and there was a pile of feathers but no bird. I called over our dog and he got on the scent trailed it about 30 yards or so then started digging in the CRP grass. I wondered what he was doing and walked over there looked all over on the ground and didnt see anything until i steped right in front of the dogs nose and felt the change in softness of the ground. i reached down to get it and it tried to take off again but the dog caught it held it till i got it and it was STILL ALIVE. I had to ring its neck to kill it but upon doing so realized that it had no tail feathers left. I know for a fact that when it got up and flew before i shot it it had some, but that is the toughest bird i have ever came upon. :laughing:
The life cycle of a hunter... hunt, eat, sleep if there is time, then go hunt again.
Chuck Norris doesn't go hunting, becasue hunting infers the possibility of failure. Rather, Chuck Norris goes killing.