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I saw a vid of you on Bird Dogs Afield & I was wondering if you guide in WV.
Thanks in advance,
That's a great image. And to make a shot on a ruffed after taking a photo of the girl locked up like a statue is terrific. Good stuff!
Years ago, I had an 85 lb Chessie male that was killer on pheasants. His nose was incredible, and every once in a while, the SOB would point a...
Great stuff! What kind of double are you using? Looks a little like an old Sterlingworth, except for the fore end.
That's a great looking (older) girl and a beaut of red phase ruffed.
My old setter is closer to 14 than 13 now. Busted 2 ruffeds this...
Coywolf perhaps? Never seen a coyote that dark, and I've shot a bunch in IL, mostly while hunting pheasants.
Actually had a setter point one...
Great looking animal.
Recd this from Upland Almanac link this week:
Hitch, that's awful. That's about the last thing you needed when out hunting.
That's a great image. A nice sized fan on that bird too.
"Federal high brass 1 oz #5. He shoots the 7.62 like a champ, can't wait for his first deer.......I'd like to seen the the look on your boys face....
SIX?!?! That's fantastic.
What kind of load was he shooting? Mine was 10 & he was shooting 3/4 oz steel 6s for doves when I gave him a 3" 1...
That's terrific. How old's your boy? 20 G single? That's what my oldest took his first mallard with.
Good for her! Looks like a great day. What kind of dog?
Did they just wander off, or break out of their kennel? Great news that they were found without (major) incident.