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    Default A book

    To understand the FF training method.
    I've never done FF and Ted was a great bird dog.
    So chances are I'll not change my method with Ben,
    but I would like to understand the method most of you use.
    So what's a good book that has the basic concepts ?
    I don't need a book written for you guys looking for titles.......
    so a beginner to intermediate level.
    Thanks

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    There are some good Youtube videos on force fetching if you just want a fundamental understanding.
    HRCH UR01 CH UNJ WHISKEY CREEK'S DUKE CHASCERI MH
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    Smartfetch by Evan Graham

    about 20.00 and worth the read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 480/277 View Post
    To understand the FF training method.
    I've never done FF and Ted was a great bird dog.
    So chances are I'll not change my method with Ben,
    but I would like to understand the method most of you use.
    So what's a good book that has the basic concepts ?
    I don't need a book written for you guys looking for titles.......
    so a beginner to intermediate level.
    Thanks
    Training Retrievers for the Marshes and Meadows by James Spencer. Process starts on chapter 5.

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    retriever training for the duck hunter - Robert Milner

    my favorite from youth, robert gives it as download for free and it's SO ironic!
    john mccallie

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    RM use to use FF?

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