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Here in Taxachusetts, crows can be hunted Friday, Saturday and Mondays. During the rest of the week crows fly slow and just overhead. During those three days, they fly at 15,000 feet and 120 mph. They just seem to know when the weekend gets here :-(

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I live in Kansas, so our laws are probably a little different than yours.

 

But for the few people that do crow hunt, we don't really take it seriously. I just take out an electronic crow call and sit in a collapsible chair under a tree with a full CASE of shells in some random field. Some days are obviously better than others, but man, when you hit a big group, it is something. It's damn near raining crows! I've had a couple of hunts with well over a hundred birds on the ground.

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So far but the crows have been shot at a lot and are getting very gun shy. 3weeks left going to go out a couple more times. To windy this weekend 50 mph wind!

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Seeing some crows in my hunting area hope that leds a good hatch this year for fall hunting!

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Many years ago, I hunted with a buddy that called crows in Michigan. Not easy to do. One day he brought along a stuffed owl. I have never seen birds go crazy like that! One almost took my head off when I was in a bush near the owl.

 

Another time I noticed, even though we were very rural, once in a while a land owner would come out to see what we were doing. Almost every one said to go ahead when they found that we were after crows.

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Many years ago, I hunted with a buddy that called crows in Michigan. Not easy to do. One day he brought along a stuffed owl. I have never seen birds go crazy like that! One almost took my head off when I was in a bush near the owl.

 

Another time I noticed, even though we were very rural, once in a while a land owner would come out to see what we were doing. Almost every one said to go ahead when they found that we were after crows.

Yeah that happens a lot hunting crows farmer will let kill all you want!

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