The Birdman Hunting show

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The Birdman Hunting show

Postby Boatman » Sun Sep 15, 2013 5:28 am

Anybody see this show. What do you think. Always seems to have kids with him, thats good. I like the fact that they show a fair amount of dog work. A lot of different hunts in one show. I hate shows that don't show or have a dog on the hunt. Still missing Waterdog TV.
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Re: The Birdman Hunting show

Postby Jarbo03 » Sun Sep 15, 2013 12:54 pm

I like that they have a lot of kids on the show, beyond that I don't much care for it. I would like to see the dogs more steady, have seen them many times shooting over the top of dogs after they break.
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Re: The Birdman Hunting show

Postby aunt betty » Sun Sep 15, 2013 2:57 pm

My favorite hunting show was re-packaged into "family values".
MEN who chewed tobacco, cuss, spit, and killed wild animals turned into mambee pambee warehouse helpers posing as millionaire duck call manufacturing gurus.

Is your show like that? If so....meh, whatever.
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Re: The Birdman Hunting show

Postby i_willie12 » Tue Sep 17, 2013 9:22 am

Jarbo03 wrote:I like that they have a lot of kids on the show, beyond that I don't much care for it. I would like to see the dogs more steady, have seen them many times shooting over the top of dogs after they break.


Agree i stopped recording it! Show just wasnt good!!!! Footage... hunting... dog work... all the above! :no:
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Re: The Birdman Hunting show

Postby cwilson » Sat Sep 21, 2013 7:01 pm

He does take the kids...and he does show the dog...which he really shouldn't. I've never watched that show and seen good dog work. That show is setting a bad example for newcomers to this sport as to what they should expect/allow their dogs to do in the field. Allowing those dogs to break like that is unbelievable! They should be embarrassed to show that on tv (I know I would). For anyone who disagrees with me on this I pose this question: would you shoot into a flock with your kid running through the decoys, if not then why would you do it with your dog out there?
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Re: The Birdman Hunting show

Postby sampsonhuntin » Sat Sep 21, 2013 9:21 pm

cwilson wrote:He does take the kids...and he does show the dog...which he really shouldn't. I've never watched that show and seen good dog work. That show is setting a bad example for newcomers to this sport as to what they should expect/allow their dogs to do in the field. Allowing those dogs to break like that is unbelievable! They should be embarrassed to show that on tv (I know I would). For anyone who disagrees with me on this I pose this question: would you shoot into a flock with your kid running through the decoys, if not then why would you do it with your dog out there?

They have to learn somehow. Just make sure they are out of the "kill" zone and in the "wounded and lesson learnt" zone.
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Re: The Birdman Hunting show

Postby Duck_Popper » Sun Sep 22, 2013 3:34 am

What channel is it on? I can't find anything on the show
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Re: The Birdman Hunting show

Postby sprigs4days » Sun Sep 22, 2013 5:18 am

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Huh, hope he shoots birds better than hoops
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Re: The Birdman Hunting show

Postby Bill Herian » Mon Sep 23, 2013 11:17 am

cwilson wrote: That show is setting a bad example for newcomers to this sport as to what they should expect/allow their dogs to do in the field. Allowing those dogs to break like that is unbelievable! They should be embarrassed to show that on tv


Amen to that.

I can't believe the gall some people have. Just because a guy has a regular job and tries to balance his interest in hunting with everything else he has going on, he suddenly thinks he has an excuse to go afield with anything less than a rock solid dog?

Pathetic.
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Re: The Birdman Hunting show

Postby cwilson » Mon Sep 23, 2013 3:40 pm

sampsonhuntin wrote:
cwilson wrote:He does take the kids...and he does show the dog...which he really shouldn't. I've never watched that show and seen good dog work. That show is setting a bad example for newcomers to this sport as to what they should expect/allow their dogs to do in the field. Allowing those dogs to break like that is unbelievable! They should be embarrassed to show that on tv (I know I would). For anyone who disagrees with me on this I pose this question: would you shoot into a flock with your kid running through the decoys, if not then why would you do it with your dog out there?

They have to learn somehow. Just make sure they are out of the "kill" zone and in the "wounded and lesson learnt" zone.


You are exactly right, "they have to learn somehow" and that is through training at home. Train the dog not to break at home and if they do break on a hunt stop shooting and stop the dog!!
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