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Thread: Rowdy (by Pirate) Disciplined Casting and Misc

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    Thanks Duckq. I noticed that too when I watched the video.
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    I always pick up little things I'm doing wrong whenever I video myself. Thanks for the video Wayne.

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    Ok, I finished on the T today. Besides the obvious I focused on Breck's drop sequence and making sure Rowdy's spine was aligned properly. No video.

    I started on pattern blinds. That went very well but I have to find a better field than where I was this morning.
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    Glad to see you back!... What is your land progession....Land T, then land T with disciplined casting, then patterns? I just did a session (#3) of a 2 legged pattern today. I taught them the fist 2 sessions by casting from remote sits and heel positions, then ran them cold today. He ran the lines very straight and did not flare at all. I want to add a 3rd leg but dont think I have the room on this particular field. Cant wait to see rowdy running patterns next!!!

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    Acemedic, Correct on my land sequence. Normally after T I would do swimby but will skip to pattern blinds until the weather/water warms up. But pretty soon I will start wagon wheel in parallel with blinds work.
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    Thanks for coming back I always look forward to your posts and alot of your advice rocks.

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    Wayne,
    I am extremely jealous.We are in the middle of a deepfreeze with six inches of snow and its hard to get any training done.But the next best thing is watching Your videos.Thanks for taking time to film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Nutt View Post
    Thanks Duckq. I noticed that too when I watched the video.
    It must be really an advantage to go back and see yourself in the video Wayne. You can see things and be able to correct next time out. Thanks again. Good thread.
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    Glad you're back!

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