Some of you are here intentionally, I know this because I have access to the site stats and you found us using search terms like “chukar hunting blog” or “how to hunt gambles quail.”
Many of you will be sadly disappointed, like those of you who came here after searching “hunting breeks.” I’m also sad for those of you who came here while searching for the location of “Giffy Butte.”
It makes perfect sense to me that after “Mouthful of Feathers” and its variants, the most used search term that brought people to MOF is “WTF.” WTF indeed.
A fair number of the searched phrases are questions. I thought I’d answer some of the questions that folks have searched for and ended up at MOF seeking answers.
“What does quail taste like?” – Imagine a marshmallow peep grew up then raised a clutch of little marshmallow peep chicks exclusively on a diet of butter and roasted peanuts. And then, when those baby peeps were as cute as they could possibly be, you ate them.
“When is too old for bird hunting?” – The people who write here and many of the ones who read this blog would happily breathe their last breath while climbing a scree slope towards a dog on point. So I guess never.
“When you go pheasant hunting do you eat the birds?” – That’s like asking “When you go to bars, do you drink the beer?”
“Why does a ruffed grouse defecate in one place?” – I like this question and I hope whoever searched for it contacts us to become a contributor. This question has a real hillbilly Confucius feel to it.
“Are nice guns meant to be used?” – Yes. Use it, or give it to me and I’ll keep it safe for you.
“Wtf images?” – Is this a question about our photography or lack of? Some strategically placed punctuation could be really helpful here.
“How to keep a cigarette out of a mouthful.” – Don’t drink out of the urinal. This brings up another point, folks, keep your dogs off the interweb. It’s just not a safe environment for setters.
“Is bourbon flaskable?” – Does a ruffed grouse defecate in the woods?
13 thoughts on “To those of you who are here by accident:”
That reminds me, my breeks are just about worn out.
Why don’t the crimps on my reloads look like factory crimps?
If a mearns farts in deep cover and no other mearns hears it, does it make a sound?
What’s the best do all hunting load for dove, quail, pheasant and deer?
Boredom sets in on nightshift. Less than nine hours and no sleep til the quail opener.
Thank you for clearing up several mysteries of bird hunting, the outdoors, and life (or death). It’s goin’ to be a good day!
Why do bird dogs point wabbits?
Great stuff! I’ll be chuckling all morning.
What is the origin of the term “limb chickens”?
And do they really taste like chicken?
Damn straight their aint no chukar in Wyoming. No upland birds at all…just elk and speed goats. All the birds are in Montucky.
I sure hope the person who just stumbled across us while looking for “poisonous snakes of Lebanon” got what they came for…
I am glad I stumbled on to this site.. feels like home.
I just was making a book about a lynx eating feathers, and in particular, I wanted to have my question answered so I could make it more in detailed.