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    Default My sixteen month old setter is

    coming into his own. Couple of pictures from ptarmigan hunting yesterday. The first shows him pointing a whitetail that is in the upper left on a rock and the second is me going in to flush a bird while he holds. Down side of the day was he split his upper pad above his left front foot shortly after the last picture. A real bad split and we called it at that point. Vet says about ten days before we can hunt again.

    http://i1099.photobucket.com/albums/...10-2011008.jpg

    http://i1099.photobucket.com/albums/...0-2011/223.jpg

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    The first picture isn't showing up for me but that second one is pretty neat. Those dogs really do get serious when it's go-time. Looks like fun, white-tails are on my list but I need to make the time to try before I can complain about not seeing any.
    Go Big Red!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PG13 View Post
    The first picture isn't showing up for me but that second one is pretty neat. Those dogs really do get serious when it's go-time. Looks like fun, white-tails are on my list but I need to make the time to try before I can complain about not seeing any.
    Trying the first photo again

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    That worked and it looks GREAT! So much fun to be had. Young pup too, lots of years to chase critters together.
    Go Big Red!

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    Congratulations! Life is good,and it's about to get better!

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    I guess I neglected to post the results of his efforts.

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    Very nice! It all comes together!

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    Cool pics I have never shot a whitetail in the summer plummage like that, I am going to have to go after them when they look like that they look awesome. Thanks for the pics.

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