Often it is more productive to hunt crows by utilizing the “run and gun” method, rather than setting up a fixed blind and calling. This is especially true in areas where only small numbers of crows reside, or when a hunter is hunting unfamiliar territory.
Essential “run and gun” crow hunting is conducted in much the same manner as a hunter who is jump shooting waterfowl. The hunter simply drives around, looking and listening for crows. When the hunter spots several crows feeding or flying, a suitable area offering some degree of concealment is found and the hunter begins to call. Some times the birds come in and sometimes they don’t.
Once the hunter is comfortable that no other crows will come in, he/she simply gets back on the road and continues the search until the next group is located.
One of the real reasons this method of crow hunting is so successful is due to the fact that a hunter can cover a lot of area in a single day.
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