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Pheasant Farms Provide A Great Resource For Hunters & Pheasants

By Jon Roberts

Pheasants can be found in many places around the world with many unique colors. Pheasants are extremely selective regarding where they take up residence, they have to have good habitat in the wild to thrive. In some regions the bird thrives and others it will not. The wildcat is the most threatening predator to the wild pheasant. It can jump off the terrain and pull one out of the sky at enormous speed and be eating a snack within seconds. In spots which have raccoons and snakes, the eggs will be in danger also.

Every year there is more pheasant farms offering hunting to the general public. In addition to that, they provide a good habitat for pheasants to populate and grow. The farms will raise the young birds till they are big enough to release into the habitat, insuring a strong population for hunting.

Good hunting dogs are imperative to being successful on the hunting range. A good dog will not only find the bird, but also scare and retrieve it for you. It is a fairly wide consensus that Labrador retriever’s make the best pheasant hunting dogs. They are very good at finding birds and retrieving the ones that are downed by birdshot. It takes a good bit of training to train a good bird dog, but once it’s ready to go and experienced, you will want to live in the fields. Some hunters prefer pointers, but not me.

Water is a commonplace to find pheasants during the hot times of the summer. This can be a good way to make sure that the local population is strong. They enjoy ponds, creeks, streams, faucets, irrigation areas as well as pumps. Just like fishing and other hunts you can expect great hunting early in the morning or late in the afternoon. The early morning hours seemed to be the best time of the day to take a lot of pheasant because they’re just waking and not as alert to danger because they are out gathering food.

It seems to be a little contrary to what most people would think, but you don’t see a lot of birds flying around when you want to get started hunting in an area. When you and the dogs arrive they will retreat and hide and come back out after things calm back down. It is important that you have tracking skills and have scouted the area prior to going hunting. On pheasant farms, this is not a concern as many of the birds have been released within hours of your arrival.

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Roberts, Jon "Pheasant Farms Provide A Great Resource For Hunters & Pheasants." Pheasant Farms Provide A Great Resource For Hunters & Pheasants. 7 Jul. 2010. 12 Oct 2014 <>.

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