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    Default NW Missouri near Warda TX

    OPEN scratches 24, 71, 76.

    OPEN unofficial callbacks after land triple, 40 dogs back. Rotation 77 38 57 19. #38 starts land blind on Saturday morning. Land triple was all retired, all pheasants. Line was from the side of a dike area, down through water and the flyer guns retired when the dog went into the water.

    2 3 4 7 9 11 14 18 20 22 25 26 27 29 31 34 35 37 38 39 43 45 47 48 49 50 54 55 56 58 61 62 63 64 66 72 73 74 75 77.

    If you have questions, please see the Open marshal on Saturday morning.
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    Open Callbacks to the Water Marks - 15 back

    2, 4, 7, 9, 14, 25, 26, 29, 39, 47, 48, 55, 61, 74, 77

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    AMATEUR rotation: 20 34 48 5

    Amateur landmarks were a triple with two retireds. Birds were shot #1 left retired at 250 yards thrown in front of a large brush pile, #2 long retired at 350 yards thrown angle back towards sparse trees, #3 flyer on right at 200 yards shot to the right or straight back. All pheasants.

    Landblind was a crosswind blind run across the marking area. Flyer crate was quite a ways to the right of the line to the blind. There were a couple of "goal post slots" to hit along the way .

    Callbacks after landmarks: 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 14 17 18 19 20 21 24 29 31 32 33 34 35 36 45 53 56 (26 back).

    Callbacks after landblind: 2 4 7 11 18 19 20 21 24 29 31 32 35 36 45 56 (16 back).

    Waterblind was a down the shore with a strong crosswind. Up front there was a gunner sitting at the edge of the water that created a slot where the dog was to enter. Dogs pushed off the gun and this caused several casts by most handlers to get the dog through the slot. Terrain was rolling, so the dogs disappeared before the water and again right after they exited the water.

    Callbacks to watermarks: 2 4 7 11 18 19 20 21 24 32 45 56 (12 back).
    Water triple, two retireds. Long bird at noon position, a dead hen pheasant at 350 yards--tough going in deep cover, swimming through a large pond--provided the dog doesn't quickly cheat to the shore as many dogs did. Background for this bird is an oil pumping station so there is a lot of "stuff" behind this gun and a gravel parking lot where the dogs can hunt. Short retired dead duck at 10:00 position, 250 yards thrown sharp angle back against a dark background of cedars--required a long swim across the pond. The pond is full of Susie's pet ducks which just keep swimming around--they won't fly away. Some dogs are swimming through the ducks. There is a lot of room to get lost between the long retired and the short retired, and the dogs end up in no man's land if they cheat the water twice and go to the right of both of these marks. The flyer is to the left at 125 yards, shot over water and sleuced. Due to the strong wind, this duck is going everywhere--up on land, or right behind the gun station and blown to the shoreline--very difficult flyer for most of the dogs. The dogs that don't find the birds, end up being lost and are picked up. National judges Loren Morehouse and Dave Seivert have been putting us through tough setups all weekend.

    Unofficial callbacks. If you have questions, please ask the marshal on Sunday morning. Remember to "spring forward" for Daylight Savings Time. We start at 8 a.m. at the same location.
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    Bob/Ann Heise
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    Good to see Sam still in there, Mike.

    Lesa
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    Good luck especially to SVRC dogs, owners and handlers

    and to all remaining competitors.

    Quote Originally Posted by HiRollerlabs View Post
    AMATEUR rotation: 20 34 48 5

    Amateur landmarks were a triple with two retireds. Birds were shot #1 left retired at 250 yards thrown in front of a large brush pile, #2 long retired at 350 yards thrown angle back towards sparse trees, #3 flyer on right at 200 yards shot to the right or straight back. All pheasants.

    Landblind was a crosswind blind run across the marking area. Flyer crate was quite a ways to the right of the line to the blind. There were a couple of "goal post slots" to hit along the way .

    Callbacks after landmarks: 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 14 17 18 19 20 21 24 29 31 32 33 34 35 36 45 53 56 (26 back).

    Callbacks after landblind: 2 4 7 11 18 19 20 21 24 29 31 32 35 36 45 56 (16 back).

    Unofficial callbacks. If you have questions, please ask the marshal on Sunday morning. Remember to "spring forward" for Daylight Savings Time. We start at 8 a.m. at the same location.
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    Open Final
    1. #74 Pepper/M.Fluke
    2. #47 Slider/L. Hays
    3. #55 Lucy/Eckett
    4. #29 Calie/Eckett
    R J #48 Tia/S. Caire
    Jams 2,7,9,25,26,35,39,40,61

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    A Big congratulations to the Heise team
    Ann & Reggie 1st & Bob & Keno 2nd in the Amtateur & a new AFC for Reggie!
    3rd to Larry Bozema & Angus
    4th to Chuck Schweikert & Maggie
    RJ to Lauren Hayes & Slide
    Jams to Suzan Caire & Tia
    Dennis Pugh & Aire
    Glenda Seivert
    "The support team"

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    A huge congrats to Bob and Ann! Way to go!

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    Great job Ann & Bob and FC AFC Reggie!

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    Way to go Marty & Pepper
    ....Jimmy

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