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    Ain't much that is off the table for Boykins - even when they go off the reservation as gundogs, they're still retrieving away.



    Maybe you do you need to have that pep talk with your pup. They're all willing, it's up to you to help them learn to put that willingness into action.

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    Crackerd you keep one upping me on boykin retrieves. Im going to have to get creative tomorrow morning.
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    Naw, Blaine, you already have - a Boykin bringing a canecutter onto a dog stand takes the cake. Gotta love it even if I weren't an old rabbit hunter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlaineT View Post
    Crackerd you keep one upping me on boykin retrieves. Im going to have to get creative tomorrow morning.
    Crackerd has enough pictures in the hole that you're gonna have a hard time catching him.

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    Alright crackerd. How about a "just chillin" in the living room after a hard days work pic??




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    HRCH Hudson River Saying Grace (Gracie)

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    Geech sat quietly and fit nicely in Arkansas rice field pit blind where he retrieved 42 ducks and a Specklebelly. The guide, a hard core Lab guy, said Geech could work his blind any time. He's only 16 months old and has been pretty easy to train.

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    Best Timber dog I've ever owned and one of the easiest retriever I've trained. They are just like every other breed some easy, some hard but these dogs will still your heart.



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    HRCH Stick pond's Raz Ma Taz X HRCH Just Ducky's Justaplaceoutwest is planned for January. Taz was one of the first three Master Hunter Boykins and Tana was handled to her HRCH by her 11 year old owner, Sarah Harris. I think it will be a nice breeding.

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