A Classic New England Covert….

I’m back from my week of hunting up in Maine and I have a bunch of pictures to share and tales to tell. Puck and I hit a lot of different covers, everything from the classic apple tree and stone wall stuff to old logging cut overs. It was quite a range. First up are some pics from the classic kind of stuff. These are from a spot in central Maine. It’s one of my favorite places to hunt. Take a look at the pics and you’ll see why.

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2 thoughts on “A Classic New England Covert….

  1. Yeah, I was pretty fortunate this year. I don’t see it happening again for a while, though.

    Thanks

    Gregg

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