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Old 03-20-2017, 02:24 PM   #21
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Gunner the yellow lab and Mrs. Flash's right foot.

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Old 06-05-2017, 07:23 PM   #22
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Not a lot of quail left in middle Tennessee either. We plant them for the boys.

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Old 06-17-2017, 07:35 AM   #23
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My Vizla Daisy, a runt rescued so she would not be put down. She was a hunting dog not just birds.



My springer Bosco, a hard headed male a rescued from the pound pup.




My yellow lab Jewel, rescued pound pup a back up to Daisy and Bosco and a want to be lap dog.



This a chocolate lab Chip, wife bought for our son despite my objections he would not take care of her. I proved right and took care of her. She was gun shy but once you got her calmed down would retrieve birds all day long.



All four of the above are waiting for me to join them at a later date. We did have some great times while they were with me.

Last spring the wife felt I once again need a hunting dog. So after rejecting many as to costly or having bobbed tails I allowed her buy me a Ryman Style English setter. She also bought me a pair on new knees spread over the summer so I could keep up with the pup.

We named her stormy, born during a major snow storm where 14 inches of snow fell. We had been having 60F and 70F temps for a month, when we went to look at her the high for the day was 40F with a wind chill of 29F. The day we went to pick her up to bring her home it rained all the way to the kennel and all the way back home.



Since I was recovering from knee surgery all summer I was not able to work with her as a pup. that was left up to my Kare who has different Ideas from mine.

I live in what in the 1960's was considered the pheasant capital of Michigan. Those days are long gone and no effort by the DNR to restore those days either.
Only pheasants I see today are raised by a friend who plants them for his own pleasure.

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Old 12-22-2017, 12:09 PM   #26
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Hey, my husky didnít do too bad during duck season either. .




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Old 12-29-2017, 11:46 PM   #27
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Smoki backing Mick on a Nebraska rooster. Mick on quail. Smoki on quail.


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Old 01-30-2018, 08:39 AM   #28
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20 degrees, a little wind, a little snow, a couple of roosters, a 16 gauge shotgun and my GSP May. Life doesn't get any better and I don't need it to.


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Old 01-30-2018, 01:19 PM   #29
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This is from Alabama back in 2015 when I was lucky to be invited to a private hunt for quail. The small dog was amazing to watch her work.
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Old 08-02-2018, 09:28 AM   #30
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Been a while since I've been on the site. Computer blew a gasket and I couldn't remember all the sites I was on. I lost my Bodie Jan 11, 2017, boy I miss him. Squirt is getting old now, 11 this year and getting stove up with arthritis. Stormy has really come on for me. In fact so well that rather than a GSP for my last dog, I've got a R. Setter pup on order for next spring. Well that still could turn into a R. Setter and a GSP puppy, loved my GSP's. got a few new photo's of Stormy, fairly recent. First one he's point a set up I put out with two birds in it. Second is him watching the first bird fly away. Third is the second bird flying away.







He's is really quite a dog, one of the best!
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