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    Next time I get a no go, I going to send again real quick and call the first one my "set up send"

    By the Howard... I have a 9 week old devil child terrorizing my house. I'm blaming it on you for calling me out so many times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinman View Post
    Next time I get a no go, I going to send again real quick and call the first one my "set up send"

    By the Howard... I have a 9 week old devil child terrorizing my house. I'm blaming it on you for calling me out so many times.

    Good on both of you! Enjoy the ride! Better start to formalize OB soon, LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JusticeDog View Post
    What Dave is doing is actually using a set up cast. You will see most of the pros who are good handlers/trainers do this type of thing even on land blinds. It is very effective when you have to get the critical piece of cover, the keyhole, or get your dog off of point and into the water so that it does not curl behind the piece of land it came off of. It is especially effective on a point of land going into the water, when the dog has gotten up fat instead of on the very tip.
    Can you elaborate or explain? Having trouble following, but it sounds like a tool I need in the box.

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