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Dove Season. Our Pup (at heart) having fun.

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by recurvyarcher, Sep 5, 2009.

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  1. recurvyarcher

    recurvyarcher Well-Known Member

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    So, he's not really a pup, but he still acts like it most of the time.


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    He can never resist his pond. Even when there isn't a dropped bird in it...LOL!!!



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    Counting his catch.



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    Tired puppy on the ride home.



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  2. wireguy

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    We have a pond too, and ours has a bird in it.

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  3. recurvyarcher

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    I know what's on both their minds. LOL!!!
     
  4. phirel

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    recurvyarcher- I liked the photo of your tired pup riding home in the front seat as you drove home after a hunt. But, where did Martin get to sit?

    Pat Ireland
     
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    I don't trust people that don't like bird dogs. He's a handsome boy!
     
  6. recurvyarcher

    recurvyarcher Well-Known Member

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    Pat, Martin is driving. In huntin' season, I'm relegated to wherever there is a free spot in the truck. After all, I'm only the photographer, Martin and Herco are WERKIN'!

    Hornet, like most Handsome Dogs, Herco knows how to play on one's emotions. He's pretty spoiled and gets what he wants from most people. Not me, though...I'm the mean momma. Uncle Jess is his source for Fig Newtons, Herco's favorite.

    My favorite thing is to watch him hunt. He's really magnificent...there is no other word for it. He's also mischievious, and gives us lots of reasons to laugh.
     
  7. Bob Hawkes

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    Does he like finding woodcock and grouse? He obviously would help in a duck blind. The best time of the year is almost here, crisp Fall days, apples fresh off the tree, and enjoying fine friends. Have a great time and enjoy it while we can. Bob
     
  8. Jawhawker

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    Bob, our grouse are prarie birds (ie prarie chcikens). We primarily hunt them over feed fields and just like doves, he'll help watch the sky for you. SO no, the deep woods variety he has not.

    We have small flights of woodcock but know neither he nor I have ever had the chance to hunt them.
     
  9. OhioGal

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    Love the pic of the dog resting his head on the dash, like that was fun, but I am just plain tuckered out...take me home.

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  10. wireguy

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    Here's a pic of two tired hunters returning from the field. One is a asleep and the other is struggling not to end up that way.

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