Another one that I have run once in an Amateur a Remote Cast water blind. They had you walk your dog about 40 yards from the line sit your dog down and signal for the poison bird, then put your dog a remote sit and then you walked back to the line where you started running the blind. This was a big blind with two different pieces of water, there were several dogs that didn't even get wet and PU, or if the dog got of the first body of water they were very tempted to get the PB and took several cast to get back in the water. They got plenty out of that blind, I PU up one dog and got the other one thru it. That was the first and only Remote Cast blind I have ever run or seen at a FT.
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I've seen a cold honor once in a HT, land-water series, walk-up with a live flyer that landed pretty much in you face, then a delayed double, dog honors as working dog picks up the flyer. Once that's up , they throw the double, which you pick up, then move into flyer position. Fun but sure did mix things up a bit
I've mainly seen a cold-honor as a part of an upland hunt, usually running in brace. Basically 2 flyers, first one gets flushed, one dog retrieves one dog honors, second bird get flushed alternate dog retrieves, other honors. It's a sit to flush so basically you have a double honor scenario, gets pretty exciting with one of them wild dogs
Other interesting stuff to add to a test, Don't forget Bubba, the bother-in-law the wife makes us bring, he is annoying and smells so we put him way away from us, but the idiot still shoots at everything regardless
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