It says 13 had a handle, but the description of the all the marks say he recovered the marks well. Except it does say that it appeared he was sent for the LTR, but went to the Flyer instead. Does that count as a handle?
He was called back to the 7th!
Someone asked about the "short distances"...if they were done with range finding binoculars, there's actually a LOT more distance due to the terrain changes.
Someone asked why retire the mom and pop...they did not retire until after dog picked up first bird from the ones I saw. The bird was actually more angled back and a lot closer to where the gunners were standing...much tighter than the picture looked.
This was the case in 1st and 2nd series as well. Another thing you can't see in the pictures is how much the terrain changes from start to finish.
On the two blinds, the first 20 yards counted by the binoculars actually went about 20 feet down a steep bank from the top of the dam (you can actually see the dam in the picture of the 3rd series, but even from that perspective, you can't see how far it is from the top of the dam to the basin. The land blind has yet another basin to go through where the patch/line of pine trees is just to the right of the line. After crossing the road, the line to the blind is actually going slightly uphill at an angle across the hill as well.
The 7th series, they're at Wood Duck pond, there's one really big washed out area on one side, the other side is terraced to try to prevent washouts.
43 back to the 7th, 31 of those clean (according to the callbacks page)