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Great Pics of a great dog
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Travis R. Bullock
"IF YOU CAN SEE THEIR EYES, SHOOT EM IN THE LIPS AND WATCH EM FOLD"
"IF IT FLIES IT DIES AND THEN IT'S RETRIEVED!"
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Did that dog go underwater after that bird?!?!
Wow, you can't train them to do that now can you?
Rest in peace my friend... Mocha- Jan 20th, 2001-Feb 1st, 2009.
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That was some awesome dog work and great photography! :salude:
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my old lab would do that, makes you feel good to watch- reassurance that they really do love to be out there freezing their butt off!
KEEP SENDING THOSE GREAT PICS!
went puddler hunting this year as usual.... shot more divers than puddle ducks. typical
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Fantastic pictures and great action that is something you'll remember for ever.
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nothing like seeing a dog submarine after a cripple. Awesome pitboss.
If you don't mind me asking, what camera did you use to take those? A Nikon D series?
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That is a really great bunch of pictures. Congratulations on the dog.
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nice pics. I had a female black that would go under water and retrieve sunken beer bottles, too bad she turned gun shy and would not hunt. I no longer have the dog, but is there a way to correct the gun shy dog?
"teal, teal, albino teal....wait, those are seagulls...take em.
wait till they line up and cross, 1 shell 2 birds
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Pit Boss you and your pup did an awesome job.
Build memories, take a kid out doors and teach them about nature by interacting with it, hunting and fishing.
Learn from the past, don't dwell on it.
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