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Thread: What you do in training on a blind?

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    Senior Member Brad's Avatar
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    Default What you do in training on a blind?

    On a Master level blind on land you send dawg to blind and see the sun flower moving, so you know she made it there. Had a gunner close by with no bumpers to plant another blind.
    I threw a bumper on line about 30 yards in front of me when she wasnt looking and she had a long hunt coming in to bumper. I called it a cripple that swam away?
    Good or bad Idea?
    My other dog allways picks up 2 bumpers at a time so we were missing the last bumper

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    Are all you are saying is that one time you sent a dog on a blind and there was no bumper? If so, not such a big deal as long as he gets something out of it and it doesn't become a habit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Good or bad Idea?
    My other dog allways picks up 2 bumpers at a time so we were missing the last bumper
    i guess id run that dog last or put out an extra bumper if this "always" happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlaineT View Post
    i guess id run that dog last or put out an extra bumper if this "always" happens.
    Seems a problem solver.
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