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Photo's of pointing dog's in the field

Discussion in 'Photo And Video Gallery' started by Don Fischer, Nov 14, 2017.

  1. Don Fischer

    Don Fischer .410

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    Anyone else like them? I really do. Most come from training day's with my own or from local field trial's.

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    Same dog on point:
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    Gordon Setter from Washington state;
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    My Bodie. Lost him last Jan:
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    My Stormy:
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    Friend's
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  2. John A.

    John A. I'm "THAT" guy Staff Member Global Moderator Forum Moderator

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    Love seeing the pictures.

    Wish I had some pictures of my old coon hounds. But that has been so long ago, I'm afraid that it was well before digital cameras and a lot has happened between then and now.
  3. Rossignol

    Rossignol The Original Sheriff Staff Member Global Moderator Sponsor Forum Moderator

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    Absolutely beautiful dogs! One of my best was an English pointer. She taught me more than I could teach her. She died way too early.
  4. ripjack13

    ripjack13 Resident Sawdust Maker Administrator Supporter "Philanthropist"

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    Nice looking dogs....
    I had an irish setter when I was growing up. Named em Brandon McDoogal 3rd....lol
  5. Djcala

    Djcala 20g Supporter

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    Like ?? Oh no love and cherish would be the words. Hunting dogs of all sorts. Pointers n versatile gun dogs especially. My first was an english pointer i only have old pictures of him predated the digital age. He was an awesome big ranging dog that i learned so much from. I then had a good GSP he was very accomplished but had life cut short. I swore of dogs for a couple years after the loss. I found myself hunting with others and really missed my own. My wife at the time lnew i had a real affinity for a friends weim but finding tru hunt bred weims stateside was not simple. But she did it and I had my first true versatile dog that points retrieves game birds, handles waterfowl chores like a champ early season(short hair makes for a cold dog) tracks wounded and lost deer or hogs like a champ. They are my passion. My kaiser was purposely train as a close ranging partner since i dont move as well as i once did. The pleasure of a day afield with a good dog is immeasurable. Did i mention weims are intense and driven ! The young bearded fella is friend of son in law he had finally shot a buck with his bow last year. He called in a panic of losing it. I said back out dont look anymore relax we will have your deer shortly. I was about a 2 hour drive away. We arrived and turned his frown upside down in short order. That was number 14 recovery for Kaiser he has never failed to include 2 which were still alive which he subdued till help arrived.

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  6. Djcala

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    20161226_1754211_2.jpg did i mention intense and driven! !! Lol

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