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    Senior Member Lady Duck Hunter's Avatar
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    Wayne Nutt, they do wait to post until the results are announced at the ceremony and in this case when you asked, one flight was still running the test.

    Peter Balzer, Flight B was running a water test with a triple and a water blind. With 2 birds down to the right and the last bird down was a close wipe out bird. After the birds are picked up a shoreline blind was run under the arc of the wipe out bird. On the way to the blind over to the left were two distractions. One obvious floating log, it's right edge could have established the far edge of a corridor to the blind. The other distraction was a smaller stump barely sticking out if the water an resembling a dead bird floating. It was a tough test especially after 5 series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Duck Hunter View Post
    Wayne Nutt, they do wait to post until the results are announced at the ceremony and in this case when you asked, one flight was still running the test.

    Peter Balzer, Flight B was running a water test with a triple and a water blind. With 2 birds down to the right and the last bird down was a close wipe out bird. After the birds are picked up a shoreline blind was run under the arc of the wipe out bird. On the way to the blind over to the left were two distractions. One obvious floating log, it's right edge could have established the far edge of a corridor to the blind. The other distraction was a smaller stump barely sticking out if the water an resembling a dead bird floating. It was a tough test especially after 5 series.

    Pleased to say, our dog #135, Princess Lillian Vl MH was successful.
    Handled by Paul Lance

    Deke of Sunnnyburke MH had a great time as Flight B Test Dog
    Handled by yours truly
    Ray K

    HR UH Princess Lillian Vl MH
    SHR Deke of Sunnyburke MH
    HRCH UH Ray's Cotton Pickin' Jake MH, 500 Pt Club, 02-11
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    Thanks, Congrats to all that Passed...

    Also a huge congrats to Lyle and Coot!!!!

    And congrats to Team River Bottom Retrievers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Kirkpatrick View Post
    Pleased to say, our dog #135, Princess Lillian Vl MH was successful.
    Handled by Paul Lance

    Deke of Sunnnyburke MH had a great time as Flight B Test Dog
    Handled by yours truly
    Way to go Lilly, Paul, Ray and Deke. Lilly is at the top, for her litter now. Don't let it end there.
    HRCH UH TilHe CallsUsHome ~ Tilly

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