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Not like that come one guys get your heads out of the gutters.
Yesterday I took the pup out after school for a munch needed pheasant hunt. We have been out a couple of times this year but have always come home empty handed, heck we never even saw a bird. Well yesterday I finally put myself on the board. These were my pups two first pheasants she didn't flush them but she retrieved them both. One was a bird that I shot and didn't hit very hard that I thought was gonna keep flying off to the next county but 50 yards from the truck she found it. I was so proud of her she worked like a champ.
Here is the pic from yesterday
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Ah yes, I remember my first time. With my dog that is. Well, that doesn't sound very good either.
Congrats. Looks like a good day. :salude:
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Congrats cme :salude:
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but scoring the other way would have been nice for ya to.......
call it a double header...........
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Talk 'em into givin' up!
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Well done! :salude:
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nice job and good looking dog.
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