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Nov 15, 2020 15:52 |  #1

Decided to take up pheasant hunting this year. I needed an excuse to spend even MORE time in the field with my best friend. Yesterday we bagged our first rooster. I know some don't believe you can have a combination pet AND hunting dog, but my boy says otherwise!

Got a gun dog? Let's see 'em!


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Nov 16, 2020 05:44 |  #2

Great looking buddy you have there. Any excuse for being outside, spending time afield with your buddy and bringing home supper is a win-win. Hunting is a great social distancing activity, too!
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Nov 16, 2020 14:29 |  #3

Awesome!! I am very jealous. It reminds me of pheasant hunting with my dad when I was young. Good hunting!


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Nov 16, 2020 17:30 |  #4

HWolf wrote in post #19152552 (external link)
Decided to take up pheasant hunting this year. I needed an excuse to spend even MORE time in the field with my best friend. Yesterday we bagged our first rooster. I know some don't believe you can have a combination pet AND hunting dog, but my boy says otherwise!

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Nice to see a hunting dog again. My labs have always been multi purpose. They hunt their hearts out one minute, than the next you have to fight em for the lazyboy, and the kids can’t get enough of playing with them. Great dogs. Now I have to drag out a few pics. Hoping my new lab puppy will be just as great.ߙ°ߙ


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Nov 16, 2020 18:17 |  #5

My little girl when she was seven month old.:-)


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After a hard day.:-)


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Nov 16, 2020 19:36 |  #6

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Love that first one with the pup's tongue hanging out. Such a look of satisfaction!


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Nov 17, 2020 13:22 |  #7

When I lived in Australia I used to tag along on Hunt/Point/Retrieve trials occasionally, these guys are pointing quails. As always, when you are working your own dog you are generally too busy to get action shots haha.

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Nov 17, 2020 14:59 |  #8

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Love that first one with the pup's tongue hanging out. Such a look of satisfaction!

Thanks Dougߙ
She always gave it her best.°ߙ


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Nov 17, 2020 16:26 as a reply to  @ KT29's post |  #9

Oh my god, love these! Yep, a dog who loves to hunt/play hard, beg for your mac and cheese, and then steals your bed/couch/chair. Adorable creatures. Mine's 1/2 Labradr 1/2 Golden Retriever. Smart, willful, and stubborn when it suits him. :)




  
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Nov 17, 2020 18:24 |  #10

Congratulations on your first rooster. Spent a week hunting pheasant in ND in some years ago. Hoss and I got out first pheasant there in 2003.


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Nov 17, 2020 18:29 |  #11

More pictures, please!!!! Love these!!!




  
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Nov 21, 2020 18:05 |  #12

One more of my boy and his latest bird. Found, flushed, and fetched.

We won't mention the found, flushed, and didn't get to fetch b/c master missed an easy shot, yesterday. :)


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Nov 22, 2020 00:51 as a reply to  @ HWolf's post |  #13

He looks so happy to be doing what he was bred for!




  
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Nov 22, 2020 08:02 as a reply to  @ HWolf's post |  #14

I read a story in a hunting magazine once about a dog who was supposed to retrieve for his masters friend. The friend couldn't shoot worth a darn and the dog got so upset, he jumped back in the truck and refused to get out. hahahahahahaha




  
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