What’s Happening Now – November 2016
In Arizona, there is always optimism when it comes to quail hunting. Most years, at least in some parts of the state, quail hunting is satisfactory. Even though Gambel’s and scaled quail did not have an optimal hatch, it’s looking like another good year for Mearns’ quail. As usual, in years with a below-average hatch, there are always pockets of good quail numbers. Enough to keep most bird hunters satisfied throughout the day. Besides that, what other state can beat wintertime weather for Arizona bird hunting?
Below is a section included in each What’s Happening Now post. We value your input and interaction with what we post here so we’ve provided a form to submit your comments. We’ll summarize the comments we receive into a condensed, overall response to include in future What’s Happening Now posts.
What do you think?
Update: Previous Question: Do you use brush chaps for quail hunting? If so, what’s your favorite brand?
Response: Most responses were regarding using TurtleSkins.
This month: What do you think as far as a recommended shotgun for Arizona quail hunting and why? Over and under or side by side, pump, or autoloader.
Let us know your thoughts using the form below! We’ll summarize the comments we receive into a condensed, overall response to include in a future What’s Happening Now post.
Tip: Southwest Quail Hunting Tips
Dr. Mike is a long time Arizona quail hunter. Anybody just starting out can learn a lot from his valuable tips but so can those who have many years experience hunting Arizona desert quail.
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