Bobs, Boots, and Beefsteak

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By Ted Gartner

Hunting wild quail in the Lone Star State is, or should be, on the bucket list of virtually every die-hard bird hunter – and for good reason. Stretching from early November to late February, the season is lengthy, and bird limits are liberal (currently 15 per hunter per day). That means when most other states have shut down their wingshooting seasons, Texas is still going strong.

What is it that makes a West Texas quail hunt so special? Certainly, 25-bird coveys found by rangy, muscular pointers are a big part of the equation. Witnessing vast, uninterrupted landscapes and jaw-dropping sunsets are part of it, too. But you can find similar experiences elsewhere. What makes a Lone Star quail hunt

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