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Old 02-13-2015, 09:30 AM
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Re: Take the dog or don't?

Last day duck hunting this season with Timber.
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Old 02-14-2015, 05:42 AM
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Re: Take the dog or don't?

Congrats on the wood ducks should have posted on the members side... Or if you had a pic of those pretty ducks with a double barrel might have put it in the photo contest . good looking dog.
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Re: Take the dog or don't?

Well if it was on the Members side then only they can see it... hahaha.. I know I shouldn't complain about only getting woodies, but that's all we get where I hunt. Timber was six months old here, but he loves it and has a nack for it so I try not to hold him back to much.
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I'm struggling with this decision right now. We will be hunting the shore of a lake known for gators but will be in knee high water with our backs to the lake, shooting over the flooded grasses. So the dog would never go on a retrieve into deep water. I think there is enough cover to let her stand in the boat while me and my friend sit with our backs to the boat. Any thoughts? It seems like it will be fine, this warmer weather is what I'm worried about. I figure the dinosaurs will be moving around quite a bit more after last weekend.


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Re: Take the dog or don't?

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Well if it was on the Members side then only they can see it... hahaha.. I know I shouldn't complain about only getting woodies, but that's all we get where I hunt. Timber was six months old here, but he loves it and has a nack for it so I try not to hold him back to much.
That is a BIG dog for 6 months!!!!
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