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    Thought it would be a good topic, so what hunting and dog training magazines you guys and gals reading and would you recommend them?
    During break time at obedience school, two dogs were talking.
    One said to the other..."The thing I hate about obedience school is you learn ALL this stuff you will never use in the real world."

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    I get field and stream right now.
    During break time at obedience school, two dogs were talking.
    One said to the other..."The thing I hate about obedience school is you learn ALL this stuff you will never use in the real world."

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    I am currently keeping "Labradors" published by Gundog Magazine, within arms length of this King's throne.

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    Retriever Journal is good. Less fluff than most, and some good articles. Danny Farmer has a regular training column in it.
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    Playboy... But I only read the articles.
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    I like the Retriever Journal as well, Wildfowl and The Upland Journal are also usually good reads.

    "start in loving a dog, and understanding it, bye and bye you'll know how to love all the world!"

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    Retriever journal and Wildfowl are my choices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinman View Post
    Playboy... But I only read the articles.
    It was a joke.

    Actually a good portion of the time I take my iPad and go on RTF... (No pun intended)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henlee View Post
    Thought it would be a good topic, so what hunting and dog training magazines you guys and gals reading and would you recommend them?
    Ive never been in need of reading material in there, if I did Haiku's would suffice.
    For serious reading at other times, I keep Retrievers ONLINE readily to hand and ML's Retriever Journal Vols 1to 3 next to them.
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