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    Cheyenne's first big duck hunt (she'd only retrieved a single duck prior to the trip) was incredible - she retrieved ducks accross sloughs and even a duck that came back to life and flew another 50+ yards. She found ducks our party wouldn't have found. Her most impressive retrieve was accross a tidal slough when the tide was running. She never hesitated.

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    Nice job, how old is she. Bud
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    She's 2 years old.

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    Awesome job. I can't wait for next seasona and have my dog out there...
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    Nice! I've hunted that same area and my buddy and I had to pass on shots across those sloughs due to not having room in his Supercub for our dogs. Great day to be a wet, stinky, happy duckdog. Congrats

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    enjoy the memories
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    She looks cold.....and tired!

    I am going to get my dog out this weekend so that she can grow some winter hair.....she is a bit of a pansy/lap dog mix - for a Choco Lab she sure likes to sleep under the covers.....

    A dog float coat sure helps keep them warm.

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    thanks for the comments - she has a pretty good coat and she stayed moving most the trip so she didn't need her vest, but it was packed just in case.

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