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    Default Come on out this weekend and see what it is all about.

    Every year in the field i see lots of hunters out with their so called hunting dogs wildly running ahead of them. This isn't phesant hunting, its duck hunting. Duck dogs have to be in control. This weekend at Point MacKenzie there is a AKC hunt test, tests for the dogs are designed to mimmick hunting situations. There will be Junior, Senior and Master Level tests. Test will shoot live ducks for the dogs to retrieve in realistic situations. If you have never seen one, and really don't have a clue how to train your dog, or what to expect from a well trained dog, come out and watch. Just follow the signs from the Point Mac store (just burned down last week). You will be welcome to watch and ask questions. Leave you dogs in the car or at home. For any of those interested, there will be training classes starting in the Anchorage area around Feb. Hope to see you all out there and looking and learning. Bud
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    Quote Originally Posted by akblackdawg View Post
    Every year in the field i see lots of hunters out with their so called hunting dogs wildly running ahead of them. This isn't phesant hunting, its duck hunting. Duck dogs have to be in control.
    What makes you think pheasant hunting dogs don't have to be in control........???
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4merguide View Post
    What makes you think pheasant hunting dogs don't have to be in control........???
    Sorry, I did mis speak there, of course phesant dogs have to be in control. Just that when in control they may be out hunting 20-30 yds or more ahead of the hunter. No disrespect meant to a good phesant dog. Bud
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