Thanks for the link.
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Thanks for the link.
That would be the The Lost River. Looking forward to some drier training and hunting.
Actually, we are! Leaving Alaska and plan to start building a house next summer 4 miles sw of Bonanza.
Taken this past Friday.
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Thanks Rip, I'll make some inquiries and look into the clubs Breck mentioned. It will be quite a change for us going from an average 160" of rain/year and getting all we need off the roof to sinking...
Thanks, I'll look into those.
After living in Alaska for the past 49 years we plan to relocate to Klamath Falls about this time next year if all goes well. Just wondering if there are any folks training for trials or tests in the...
Your welcome, been in Alaska since 1967, in Ketchikan since 1983 and planning a move to southern Oregon next year. Good luck with the BB.
This may be of help.
Alaska requires a small animal health certificate, not just proof of rabies vaccination. The health certificate must have been issued within 30 days of travel. I come and go from Alaska to British...
Hey, thanks for the link!
I use that blind a lot, it folds up easily and goes right into my pack. Use it more for training than hunting. I have 2 labs one yellow and one black. I leave one dog in the blind while the other...
Your welcome, probably need to stake it down next time!
I'll only be down in Feb for about 3 weeks to run a few hunt tests but I now have a trailer I'm getting ready for the BC trials with the idea of eventually spending more time south during...
I'll raise a glass to that. Great dogs and the Montgomery's are great folks and trainers!!
Mary, very sorry to hear this, always enjoyed talking to Howard whenever I made it up there. Gone much too soon.
I have one of these and really like it. I run trials in BC and several of the people I trained with had them. Doesn't look anything like a pistol which good for crossing the border....
2006 Morgan Hill, CA- 241 entered, pass rate was about 30% - 35% as I recall.
This is the set up I use and it works well. Just use a trip wire from the door lock actuator to a bow release connected to your winger pouch. With one radio you can control as many launchers as you...
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Thanks for the suggestions everyone, right now it looks like I'll send a personal check for the club to hold then pay cash at the trial.
I thought about looking into that as well, I don't run US trials either. I prefer to ferry from here to Prince Rupert so I can take my truck and camper.
Thanks for the correction, now if we could just get a better deal on the fuel cost per liter.