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 Posted: Sun Apr 12th, 2009 05:20 pm
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Keith Krych
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The river was too muddy and windy this morning, so I took Abby, my 9 mo old English Setter, for a run at Wetzels.

Here are a few pics.  Enjoy!

 

Abby is ready to go!

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Here she is pointing a teal in the reeds.

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Here she is pointing a pigeon I planted.

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what a nice lookin dog ya got there keith..she a good hunter ? heres a pic of my dogs  the little one can sure follow a blood trail  ( well if the snow isnt to deep ) :roflmao:

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 Posted: Tue Apr 14th, 2009 12:40 pm
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She is from hunting stock and is progressing well.  She is in her obedience training now.  I have shot chuker and pigeons over her and she is not gun shy in the least.  She has a pretty good nose on her too.



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 Posted: Wed Apr 15th, 2009 07:11 pm
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Good Looking dog there Keith.  Where did you find pigeons?

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Nice looking dogs guys. But you might want to check on the dates that limit running the dog. I think but am not sure that April to August you can't run the dog on state land.  I don't have the book with me but you might be wise to check it out before you go out again.



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 Posted: Mon Apr 20th, 2009 11:09 am
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The closed season might have already started or it is very close to starting. During that period the dog has to be leashed.

Nothing in the rules that says that dog owners can not come up with training that can be done with a leashed dog.



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Yes the "closed season" for dog training on "wild" birds is April 15 to July 15.  Her yard training and obedience training can still progress. 

I can still take her to designated dog field trial areas like Highland state recreation area.  They have three training fields available for year round training.



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 Posted: Mon Apr 27th, 2009 06:37 pm
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Speaking of hunting dogs and pigeons ………….. brings to mind, many years ago, I had a young lab I was training. I lived at home and we kept a few homing pigeons in the garage. I clipped the wings on one of them and used it for my dog to fetch on command. This went well in the back yard so the time came to expand the training to some water. I took the dog and the pigeon to the bathing beach at Belle Isle. In the shallows, I set the bird in the water and had the dog fetch him a couple times. Each time I let the bird go in deeper and deeper water. Finally the dog had to swim to get the pigeon but as soon as she couldn’t feel the bottom any more, she refused to go after the bird. Here I was fully dressed and had to watch our homing pigeon floating down the Detroit River. No matter what I did or what I said, my puppy wouldn’t leave the shallow water. Needless to say, I wasn’t too popular at home when I had to tell my mother what happened to her pigeon. As it turned out, the dog later matured and was good for ducks and pheasants for a number of years. You remember best what doesn’t go well. :)

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 Posted: Mon Apr 27th, 2009 07:55 pm
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That pigeon might have wound up as musky bait. It sounds like that experience also ruffled up a good memory with mom.
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