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    this video is private.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blainet View Post
    this video is private.

    ***ditto***
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    still not available

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    It should be loaded within an hour. These things are time consuming!

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    "Prepare your dog in such a manner that the work he is normally called upon to do under-whelms him, not overwhelms him." ~ Evan Graham

    “People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it.”

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    It shows.... I have to laugh though, the music in the beginning sounds like a porn movie.... and if I may ,you do an awful lot of movement at the line while your dog is watching you....
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    Thanks for the lesson Evan. Very helpful..

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    Cruncher , It is really important not to lean or shuffle feet or step sideways while preparing to cast. When you get to advanced training hopefully your dog will be "IN TUNE" to all of those small movements, and if you step left while preparing to cast right, your DOG is going to get in trouble because he will be going left ( because of the step to the left) .
    I understand getting the rope organized and that is necessary, but once you get that don STAND SQUARE, do not lean, do not dip a shoulder etc . If you have to move, IT MUST be toward the direction you will be sending your dog...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridget Bodine View Post
    Cruncher , It is really important not to lean or shuffle feet or step sideways while preparing to cast. When you get to advanced training hopefully your dog will be "IN TUNE" to all of those small movements, and if you step left while preparing to cast right, your DOG is going to get in trouble because he will be going left ( because of the step to the left) .
    I understand getting the rope organized and that is necessary, but once you get that don STAND SQUARE, do not lean, do not dip a shoulder etc . If you have to move, IT MUST be toward the direction you will be sending your dog...
    A nice guy from down south in your lands once told me the same
    Turned out good advice for me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridget Bodine View Post
    Cruncher , It is really important not to lean or shuffle feet or step sideways while preparing to cast. When you get to advanced training hopefully your dog will be "IN TUNE" to all of those small movements, and if you step left while preparing to cast right, your DOG is going to get in trouble because he will be going left ( because of the step to the left) .
    I understand getting the rope organized and that is necessary, but once you get that don STAND SQUARE, do not lean, do not dip a shoulder etc . If you have to move, IT MUST be toward the direction you will be sending your dog...
    Thanks Bridget. As a new trainer (I have a 7 month BLF) I am looking for all the advice I can get. I am just starting simple casting so I will put your advice to good use just as I will use Evan's video to straighten up my pups lazy sit.

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