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    Blind was outside of marks. Walk up was at 12 o'clock say, M1, thrown right to left. Flyer was at 8 o'clock thrown left to right. Blind backsided flyer station at say 7 o'clock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Nutt View Post
    Blind was outside of marks. Walk up was at 12 o'clock say, M1, thrown right to left. Flyer was at 8 o'clock thrown left to right. Blind backsided flyer station at say 7 o'clock.
    Got it, thanks. Was wind much of a factor?
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    Congrats Wayne and Rowdy. Really enjoy your videos and updates.
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    Wind was blowing left to right. I think some dogs got into trouble because the handler waited too late to cast into wind. By too late I mean the dog was past or very near the flyer station. Then they didn't want to cast into the wind(left). Either because of wind or they could see/smell the flyers in crates. I think some dogs had never seen flyer crates before. At least some indicated this.
    Something you need to incorporate into your training.
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    Very nice, Congrats Wayne
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    Way to go Congratulations. I have been following your post and videos of Rowdy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Nutt View Post
    Wind was blowing left to right. I think some dogs got into trouble because the handler waited too late to cast into wind. By too late I mean the dog was past or very near the flyer station. Then they didn't want to cast into the wind(left). Either because of wind or they could see/smell the flyers in crates. I think some dogs had never seen flyer crates before. At least some indicated this.
    Something you need to incorporate into your training.
    Thanks, Wayne. Thats helpful and something I see I need to train on. Good job to you and Rowdy.
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    Congrats Wayne! Really nice job!!!the both of you!
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    Good job! I also enjoy the Rowdy updates and admire your courage in posting videos.
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    Congrats Wayne!

    excellent job!


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