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      Gentlemen, are any of our members in or near the St. Louis area? I’m presently in route. I’m looking for a partner to schedule hunts with. If anyone is interested regarding Crow busting feel free to message me here.

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Terrell Harpe


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The World Shooting Complex is here in St. Louis. 



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Terrell Harpe


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Last time I was in St. Louis MO. the crows were flying right past the golden arches in the city! Hundreds of them!

Outside the city limits I scouted around and saw lots of duck blinds on the water just outside of St. Louis. They did have crows but in my opinion not enough to break in a new area. Sure you could shoot 50 to 75 a day perhaps but that kind of shooting holds no interest for me.

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50-75 crows would be alright by me with all due respects. How ever  if the area allowed for bigger shoots then I'd want that too-well-who wouldn't? If I lived in that area I'd be right after them!



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     Thank you for the advice Bob. The further south I travel the more crows I’m seeing. Networking through workers I’ve been introduced to a young hunter who is interested in joining me. 10 crows in a day is a good day for me. With that being said a novice hunter may not enjoy it. I’ll have plenty to do prior to hunting. Scouting, gaining permission, researching hunting regulations. 

    On another note, My Fifth-wheel hitch tore off in Northern Illinois,  luckily I caught it at a fuel point. With hopes to repair it early in the morning feel through. I finally contacted a retired Crain operator who welds on the side as a hobby. The repairs took 5 hours, as the frame split in two. I can limp in to the campground now. 

     Thank you for the post,stay active members.



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