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Is there any sight more pleasing? #2631557 10/04/11 02:57 PM
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Is there any sight more pleasing than the sight of your best friend headed back your way with bird in mouth?



I love watching my gundog retrieve birds!!!


Re: Is there any sight more pleasing? [Re: BigAL33] #2631565 10/04/11 03:00 PM
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that sure is hard to beat


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None better


Re: Is there any sight more pleasing? [Re: BMowatt] #2631663 10/04/11 03:32 PM
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Re: Is there any sight more pleasing? [Re: TreeBass] #2631817 10/04/11 04:27 PM
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Only thing for me that would be better is if that was a black dog and had a duck in his mouth instead. But I'm a fan of all gundogs and of watching anything with wings die. Nice pic and a dang fine looking dog.


Re: Is there any sight more pleasing? [Re: TBK] #2631875 10/04/11 04:53 PM
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Of all the things to see in this world, that is one of the best!




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Re: Is there any sight more pleasing? [Re: BigAL33] #2632078 10/04/11 06:18 PM
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Originally Posted By: BigAL33
Is there any sight more pleasing than the sight of your best friend headed back your way with bird in mouth?



I love watching my gundog retrieve birds!!!


I have said it before " the only reason to bird hunt is for them " good looking friend



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Re: Is there any sight more pleasing? [Re: rdh1] #2632361 10/04/11 07:59 PM
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I've given up deer and hog hunting for it . I look back of all the years me and Ole Sally hunted together and wouldn't sale em for a million bucks . So be sure and take as many pics as you can .


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Very nice. Maybe better if the dog was bringing one back through a 1 inch downpour of rain.


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Originally Posted By: greenen
Very nice. Maybe better if the dog was bringing one back through a 1 inch downpour of rain.

Heck I fetch it for that


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I love the sheer JOY they get out of it... Its a great feeling that you enabled your best friend to have a great day!!!

truly takes hunting to a whole different level......



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Having a dog that loves to please you by retrieving your birds makes the hunt and the experience 10x better.


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Originally Posted By: sallysue
Originally Posted By: greenen
Very nice. Maybe better if the dog was bringing one back through a 1 inch downpour of rain.

Heck I fetch it for that


My 10 yr old son fetches for me and is my best friend grin


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Great photo. I like watching my dog run back will the birds better then I do watching the bird fall! I'm sure you feel the same.


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Nope.

My signature used to say,"One of the best things in the world is to see your best friend retrieving a bird you shot with her tail wagging."



Re: Is there any sight more pleasing? [Re: BigAL33] #2635780 10/05/11 11:43 PM
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Yes, but if I post those pics, my account would be disabled.

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Nice job!!!! Great looking dog!!!



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