By Bill Tarrant
Bill Tarrant explains how you can successfully use canines to seek numerous online game birds: pheasant, quail, chukar, grouse, doves, geese, and ducks. He describes the right way to deal with a puppy to both locate the poultry and current it to the gun or fetch it handy after the shot. He additionally information which kind of puppy is better for every form of bird.
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No. The new hunting Lab casts out in quest of game, roots it up, and launches it to flight. (Sure, I've had them bring, live game to me they caught on the flush). Then after you've fired, the Lab is without peer in rooting out deadfall and delivering it to hand. I've referred to English pointers above as doing a good job, but I'm talking about the new ''self-training" English pointer as developed by Bob Wehle of Midway, Alabama, and Henderson, New York. For example, Elhew Marksman won the National Amateur Pheasant Championship, Elhew Jungle won the National Open Pheasant Shooting Dog Championship, Elhew Zeus won the National Amateur Pheassant Championship, and Elhew Huckleberry won the National Open Pheasant Shooting Dog Championship.
You also can buy chaps. These garments knock away stubble and briar, and also keep you dry. Otherwise you'll end a weekend's outing with legs scaled like a turkey. Boots now come in hundreds of configurations. Buy what you want. But heed the voice of experience: Get the featherweights for pheasants, scaled quail, and chukars. You've got miles to go before you sleep. You want more support? Okay. Get the heavy-duty jobs with the clodhopper toes. But figure it up. Three pounds per boot and a 3-foot step, repeated how many times in 6 miles?
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