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    photo1.JPG This is my Brittany on top of my quad. Lets see some your hunting dog Pictures.
    The day started out good, I shot 6 birds within an hour. The terrain was very step. Took my shooting capabilities to another level. Got two more and moved to another spot. Saw no birds. Came back to my original spot and finished up. Great day to be out hunting.

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    Nice looking Brit, and good shooting.

    This is my Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla, Dani.
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    New to the forum but not upland hunting. Been chasing birds since I was about 13. Just got a new pointer pup and so far he is working out pretty well. Here is a pic of "charger" at just about 5months old playing with his sister!

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    Welcome to JHO! I'm sure we'll be seeing more of "Charger" as you and he get on some birds. Best of luck with him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by inchr48 View Post
    Welcome to JHO! I'm sure we'll be seeing more of "Charger" as you and he get on some birds. Best of luck with him.
    Thanks for the welcome! I have taken him out on some planted chucker's and he did well. Looking forward to the pheasant opener in a couple weeks! I am pretty new to Northern California and still looking for somewhere to quail hunt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inchr48 View Post
    Nice looking Brit, and good shooting.

    This is my Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla, Dani.
    That is one great looking dog! I'm in the market for an HWV btw.

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    IMG_2481.jpgAttachment 67643Here's a picture of my two year old GSP Scout doing a little cross training in the duck ponds at wister. Normally he can be found pointing quail and chuckar through the hills and deserts of SoCal. He just loves to be out in the feild, no matter what we're hunting. I tell my wife I hunt more for him than I do myself, you think she believes me?

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    Takeem
    I like the vest. What kind is it?
    Summer had reduced the river's flow to a sluggish current. It was well within the banks carved by spring melts, the shallow water running crystal clear. But it was water- life-giving, life-sustaining water. This Calder Range by Janet Dailye

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    here are my two vizslas last weekend. a little hot and tired. hbarstow 2011 003.jpg

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    Red dog
    Haven't seen you around for some time.
    Summer had reduced the river's flow to a sluggish current. It was well within the banks carved by spring melts, the shallow water running crystal clear. But it was water- life-giving, life-sustaining water. This Calder Range by Janet Dailye

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    Ive been a bit busy. but its chukar season now.

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    I posted this a while back in the Hunting Dog forum, but thought I'd share here too.

    A co-worker sent me this. Her husband and their two Vizslas had pinned a Rooster against a creek, and the bird decided to come back out instead of through the trees. My friend got the picture and hit the deck so her hubby could get the bird.
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    Inchr48, cool pic. Love seeing
    all the vizslas on this forum

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    Sean, it's a browning bird'n lite strap vest, Ugly dog hunting. com. If your in the market for a vest look at wingworks also, a little pricey, but nice for carring all the water for the dog.

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    We adopted Brigette from an avid upland bird hunter and dog trainer who passed away about 3 1/2 years ago. One of his wishes was that Brigette would go to a hunting family, and were very lucky to get her. She continues to perform as a great hunter that she is for me and young son, but as important for my wife and daughter, Brigette is a great pet inside and outside the house!
    She hunts hard, and knocks out good all the way home.
    Here she is in the crew cab after a chukar hunt, and the 3 of us at a JHO Raahauge's hunt.

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    Here's our Roxy on her first hunt ever. She was about a year old in this pic, now shes 2. Taking her out tomorrow for some quail, hopefully she will limit out.



    Here she is on a false point while she was just out getting some exercise.



    And one more of her in training at a year old.



    Ok, one more when she was a pup working her retrieve.



    Lol, sorry guys, I love my Roxy.
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    What a great shot with the camers

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    Your dog looks very good for one year of training. Good luck he looks to be ready.

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    Thanks, i'm expecting good things out of her over the next year or so. She's a little weak on the retrieve, but I think after this year she will have it down pat.
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    Ear scratches out to all the dogs.Keep the pics coming. We'll be chasing some Hunt Club Chukars on Sunday. No wild ones here in Indiana. Waist high "prairie grass" makes for a good test for the dogs.I've got a new-to-me (ca. 1967) 16 ga. SxS with some 1 1/8 oz. loads of #6, and two pointing dogs that are tired of back to back weekends of dog shows (and over 36 hours of highway travel).I'm sure the wife will be taking her Winchester 20 ga. pump. She loves watching the dogs work so much, I have to remind her to shoot once in a while. She's pretty good now, we shoot clay birds at home almost every month of the year. I mounted a trap tripod to the old grainery concrete out back, and fling the clays over the farm field. Even found some biodegradable clays.
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    Swinging this double tomorrow. Chukar picatta on the menu...........................

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    Today.
    This is the pup, Remy (year and a half or so). Only her second time that she actually got to bring some birds back. She went last year at the end of the season and did a great job just as she did today. This was her first trip, and my second of the year. She found three birds 20' away from where I marked them. She's not on par with Daisy (my 6 year old Y Lab) on findin' and flushing but she sure has a great nose! Neither one listens for shit though. Whoa and come are going to have to be practiced with the shock collar....
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    Daisy





    and here's a buddy of mine's GSP (Tag)while hunting down below San Quintin a few years back

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    Quote Originally Posted by takeem View Post
    Attachment 67644Attachment 67643Here's a picture of my two year old GSP Scout doing a little cross training in the duck ponds at wister. Normally he can be found pointing quail and chuckar through the hills and deserts of SoCal. He just loves to be out in the feild, no matter what we're hunting. I tell my wife I hunt more for him than I do myself, you think she believes me?
    Hey..... I took that picture!

    Tim, I hope your truck gets back on the road soon...

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    Here's my son and Molly on a recent trip out to the Ords.

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    Quick trip from yesterday.110711 2.jpg110711.jpg

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    This is Brie my rabbit dog with her first cottontail that she pushed to the gun for me 4 years ago now.


    Here she is with her first chukar. Without her I don't think I would ever recover any of the birds. She is blind retrieve machine!


    Baying at a rabbit just out of reach.


    Doesn't matter what it is, birds, jacks, or cottons. After I BBQ one for her she will hunt it and retrieve it for the grill! She eats the first kill on every hunt whatever it is. If I only get one then I go hungry and she is feasting on rabbit and chukar!

    People who hug trees shouldn't live in wooden houses!

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    Here is my WP griffon. He does dual work.


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    I love the looks of that griffon. I like the wirehaireds too. They seem calmer and tougher at the same time than the shorthairs.
    Summer had reduced the river's flow to a sluggish current. It was well within the banks carved by spring melts, the shallow water running crystal clear. But it was water- life-giving, life-sustaining water. This Calder Range by Janet Dailye

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