dogs for upland hunt

Discussion in 'Upland Game Forum' started by anyutka, Jul 16, 2003.

  1. Black Cloud

    Black Cloud Elite Refuge Member

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    Got my Deutsh-Drahthaar pup two weeks ago. He's already pointing Japanese beetles in the yard. Guess they smell funny.
     
  2. huntindawg

    huntindawg Senior Refuge Member

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    This is my buddy Bo.
     
  3. PHEASANT DOG

    PHEASANT DOG Senior Refuge Member

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    for upland hunting (of any kind) I like to use labs. labs, and more labs.
     
  4. fallsflight

    fallsflight Elite Refuge Member

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    Labrador Retriever
     
  5. Hitman

    Hitman Elite Refuge Member

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    Field Bred English Springer Spaniels. This is Ralph age 9 he is now retired due to arthritis & PFK, great dog & great personality!
     
  6. Hitman

    Hitman Elite Refuge Member

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    Here is Frosty age 5, she was professionally trained & I started to field trial her. She won a ribbon in her first puppy trial then my wife & I decided not to field trial her. She is a pheasant & duck retrieving fool.
     
  7. California Flyway

    California Flyway Elite Refuge Member

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    Field bred Springers- lions in the field
     
  8. pitt_md

    pitt_md Senior Refuge Member

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    Great analogy CF
     
  9. SPANK'EM

    SPANK'EM Senior Refuge Member

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    And equally aggressive in the marsh!
     
  10. deadnuts/w28

    deadnuts/w28 Guest

    GSP(LAKOTA)for upland, and worf(big black lab)for ducks and geese. The best of both worlds!!!!!! The wife uses worf for upland and does quite well, but i prefer walking up on the birds.
     

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