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There are four German Shorthairs and two Welsh Springer Spaniels.  The liver tic is 14, the white and liver is 13, the black and white is 8 and the black will be 4 this fall.  The Welshie on the right with the green collar is 11 and the one on the left just turned 3 in April.  They are all pretty spoiled and love riding on the boat!

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27 minutes ago, airmedic1 said:

There are four German Shorthairs and two Welsh Springer Spaniels. 

 

“Can you imagine how crazy that household is?”  (<<<wife’s comment)

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Brad Eden
9 hours ago, airmedic1 said:

There are four German Shorthairs and two Welsh Springer Spaniels.  The liver tic is 14, the white and liver is 13, the black and white is 8 and the black will be 4 this fall.  The Welshie on the right with the green collar is 11 and the one on the left just turned 3 in April.  They are all pretty spoiled and love riding on the boat!

Nice. Those Welch Springers have always interested me and another UJjer I sometimes hunt with as well. Now I know where to turn to for any thoughts.

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fourtrax57

That is a fun pic.

 

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Dave in Maine
On ‎6‎/‎13‎/‎2019 at 11:03 AM, ARKBRDHUNTER said:

Years ago when I worked at a marina there was a man that would come each fall to fish for Hybrids when they were schooling. He had a golden retriever that he used as his spotter, he said all he had to to was motor around and watch the dog, when the dog started staring in a fixed location he would go in that direction and shortly he would see the fish breaking. Many people used binoculars but he said the dog does it for me. 

A friend ran a private trout hatchery.  When it came time to net fish to ship them for a stocking or a restaurant order, her Lab would herd the fish to her.

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Brad Eden

Sorta applicable to where this Topic has gone as far as dogs detecting stuff. I use to take the late great Jake and now Cash out while pre-season scouting for wild turkeys. They soon figured out what I was doing and would walk alongside me and sit and listen as soon as I started calling with various calls. Naturally they heard gobbles when I did, but I learned to watch them after calling if I didn't hear anything. I could tell if they looked and (gulp) pointed their heads and noses in a particular direction that a bird went off out of  my hearing range, Sure enough when we moved in that direction and called, I would hear the gobble. On the rare occasion that I couldn't resist calling in a bird pre-season, they would sit next to me eyes bugging out and shaking like a leaf as the gobbler came into view.

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snood

I thought our crew had the corner on that market! They do love that wind blowing in their faces as we cruise along.

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Dave in Maine
On ‎6‎/‎13‎/‎2019 at 11:03 AM, ARKBRDHUNTER said:

Years ago when I worked at a marina there was a man that would come each fall to fish for Hybrids when they were schooling. He had a golden retriever that he used as his spotter, he said all he had to to was motor around and watch the dog, when the dog started staring in a fixed location he would go in that direction and shortly he would see the fish breaking. Many people used binoculars but he said the dog does it for me. 

A friend ran a private trout hatchery.  When it came time to net fish to ship them for a stocking or a restaurant order, her Lab would herd the fish to her.

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Dave in Maine
On ‎6‎/‎13‎/‎2019 at 11:03 AM, ARKBRDHUNTER said:

 

OOPS.  Double post.

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