DD, PP, or Griff?

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  1. gadwall52

    gadwall52 Elite Refuge Member

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    Put a thermometer in moving water it does not reach 32 degrees. Movement generates heat thus moving water does not freeze. Pure water will always solidify at 32 degrees. Phyisics 101
     
  2. Golovkin

    Golovkin Senior Refuge Member

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    Moving water can get below 32 degrees, if you don't understand that - you didn't take physics 101

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  3. Constructeur

    Constructeur Senior Refuge Member

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    How does he do in the upland field?
     
  4. Golovkin

    Golovkin Senior Refuge Member

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    Too young to tell, but my lab that is gifted when it comes to waterfowl is about clueless with upland game, i expect about the same with my chessie.
     
  5. Native NV Ducker

    Native NV Ducker Mod-Duck Hunters Forum, Classifieds, and 2 others Moderator Flyway Manager

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    Some labs aren't good with upland, some are. Mine is pretty good. Teamed with my partner's Griffs, it makes for a pretty good time. Griffs do all the long range work, my Tarna stays closer, in the thick stuff. There have been times the Griffs circled the thick stuff, and we knew the birds were in there. Partner calls me over to send Tarna in for the flush.
    It all depends on training and field experience.
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