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    I was thinking about going out early in the morning on Sat for Hooters. Are they up as soon as the sun is up? Are they hooting all day? This will be my first time going out for Hooters so any advice is appreciated.

    Also, I was hoping to get my buddies .22 but I may just use my 12 guage. What is your recommendation for choke type/shot size combo for getting these birds without tearing them to shreds?

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    I like Hooters any time



    I'm partial to the wings.
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    I figured I was setting myself up.....

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    There's been one hootin' up above my place in the Highlands on the SW slopes of Mt. Juneau every morning at 5:30 am when I go out for the paper. I never hear him in the afternoon.

    Down at the cabin they're going 24/7 come Memorial Day.

    Ditch the scattergun.

    A scoped .22 LR, .22 WMRF, .22 Hornet, etc. is the right tool.

    Historically for me from about 11 am to 6 or 7 pm is best.

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    L.G. Which cabin are you talking about? Are they located down near sea level at all? Just wondering if there is much chance at all of seeing any while at Berner's Bay Cabin mid June.

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    Scratch that. Season will be over.

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    Family cabin on family property.

    Patented 1898.

    That's all the info you get.

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    Is 40" minimum still considered trophy class rack, there was talk of lowering it to 36".

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    Quote Originally Posted by L. G. View Post
    Family cabin on family property.

    Patented 1898.

    That's all the info you get.
    Got ya. Just was wondering what kind of elevation you were seeing them. Didn't mean to give you the impression that I wanted a location.

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