chasintails wrote:It does,
Should I look for dual purpose decoys (floating and field) or just get a dedicated set for each.
NHDuckHunter wrote:Waders. After that, honestly, the next thing I would save for would be a dog. Gun, decoys, shells, call, clothes... dog.
chasintails wrote:Sorry, not sure what OB means?
I'm not planning on taking the dog on anything but a goose hunt in the field at first, to see how he does. He is six now and not a wild puppy anymore, but you are right, I'm not expecting him to be some championship retriever his first time out. My expectations are low, but I won't know unless I try. Thanks
fish dog wrote:If your dog is untrained please leave it at home. Had a hunt ruined once by a guy with a totally untrained lab. He spend most of the day yelling at the dog and chasing it around the hunting area. It got to a point where we were just laughing our butts off because it was so ridiculous. That was about 35 years ago and I still remember the Dog's name (because the guy yelled it about 200 times that day), Flash. I guess he expected the dog to know how to retrieve a duck since it was a lab.
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