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    Just kidding Dustin...
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    lol..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustin D View Post
    Here's what I was talking about. This was Teal Season. He's like 8 months old here.

    Anyway this is the kind of brush I'm talking about.



    Sorry I don't see the big deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j towne View Post
    Sorry I don't see the big deal.
    Of course you don't

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    Birds do fall behind us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j towne View Post
    Birds do fall behind us.
    Have you ever handled by sound? In other words, you knew about where the bird fell, but the dog was to far the wrong way... You stop him and give him an over (right/left)?
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    Yes I have a lot I handle him to a area blow the sit whistle tell him hunt it up. He circles the area. If he gets out of the area I handle him back to the are. Right left and back. I either watch or listen to the weeds move.
    My dog has retrieved 1000's of birds he knows the routine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j towne View Post
    Yes I have a lot I handle him to a area blow the sit whistle tell him hunt it up. He circles the area. If he gets out of the area I handle him back to the are. Right left and back. I either watch or listen to the weeds move.
    My dog has retrieved 1000's of birds he knows the routine.
    Same here... With an old dog I had... Did that in a place that looked similar to what you pictured... Also in swamp, flooded timber type stuff where you just hear the splashing, sloshing about... The dog knew the drill.
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